countervailing


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coun·ter·vail

 (koun′tər-vāl′, koun′tər-vāl′)
v. coun·ter·vailed, coun·ter·vail·ing, coun·ter·vails
v.tr.
1. To act against with equal force; counteract.
2. To compensate for; offset.
v.intr.
To act against an often detrimental influence or power.

[Middle English countrevaillen, from Old French contrevaloir, contrevail- : contre-, counter- + valoir, to be worth (from Latin valēre, to be strong; see wal- in Indo-European roots).]

countervailing

(ˈkaʊntəveɪlɪŋ)
adj
formal of equal, opposing strength
Translations

countervailing

[ˈkaʊntəˌveɪlɪŋ]
A. ADJcompensatorio
B. CPD countervailing duties NPLaranceles mpl compensatorios
References in classic literature ?
I sat staring before me, trying in vain to devise some countervailing thought.
Palfrey was capable of horse-whipping a too rash pretender to his daughter's hand; and, moreover, he had three tall sons: it was clear that a suitor would be at a disadvantage with such a family, unless travel and natural acumen had given him a countervailing power of contrivance.
to be imposing countervailing duties on Canadian lumber shipments into the American marketplace," said David Pressly, president of the National Association of Home Builders and a home builder from Statesville, N.
A special panel of the World Trade Organization (WTO) has ruled that Mexico improperly imposed countervailing duties on imports of US long-grain rice in 2002.
companies to receive anti-dumping and countervailing duties collected from foreign competitors, was found to be illegal under the WTO.
Since hate crimes are intended to instill fear in an entire community, the immediate response and investigation sends a countervailing message that hate is not tolerated,'' said Gennady Shtern, Valley director of the Pacific South West Region of the ADL.
USA, has announced the preliminary administrative reviews of the countervailing and antidumping cash deposit rates for all Canadian softwood lumber exports to the U.
From their vantage point, they have all the details of operation that can serve as a countervailing force against management's knowledge of operations.
countervailing duties on Canadian lumber imports represents another important legal win for housing affordability and consumers, the NAHB says.
79 percent countervailing duty it has placed on Canadian lumber imported into the U.
Again the synthetic brightness of glitter spreads across the image like sugar, but more important are the countervailing depths, the nocturnal severity of the black that underlies the scene and becomes seductively threatening as one looks deeper and deeper into it, just where one thought there was no depth to be found.
trade laws, including antidumping and countervailing duty laws.