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1. Of the same size, extent, or duration as another.
2. Corresponding in size or degree; proportionate: a salary commensurate with my performance.
3. Measurable by a common standard; commensurable.
[Late Latin commēnsūrātus : Latin com-, com- + mēnsūrātus (from past participle of mēnsūrāre, to measure, from Latin mēnsūra, measure; see measure).]
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1. having the same extent or duration
2. corresponding in degree, amount, or size; proportionate
3. able to be measured by a common standard; commensurable
[C17: from Late Latin commēnsūrātus, from Latin com- same + mēnsurāre to measure]
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com•men•su•rate(kəˈmɛn sər ɪt, -ʃər-)
1. of equal extent or duration.
2. corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree; proportionate: a sentence commensurate with the crime.
[1635–45; < Late Latin commēnsūrātus= Latin com- com- + mēnsūrātus, past participle of mēnsūrāre to measure]
com•men`su•ra′tion (-ˈreɪ ʃən) n.
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|Adj.||1.||commensurate - corresponding in size or degree or extent; "pay should be commensurate with the time worked"|
equal - having the same quantity, value, or measure as another; "on equal terms"; "all men are equal before the law"
incommensurate - not corresponding in size or degree or extent; "a reward incommensurate with his effort"
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1. equivalent, consistent, corresponding, comparable, compatible, in accord, proportionate, coextensive Employees are paid salaries commensurate with those of teachers.
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commensurate[kəˈmenʃərɪt] ADJ commensurate with → en proporción a, que corresponde a
"salary commensurate with experience" → sueldo según experiencia
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commensurate with, commensurate to → proportionné(e) à
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