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 (kə-mĕn′sər-ĭt, -shər-)
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).]

com·men′su·rate·ly adv.
com·men′su·ra′tion n.
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[kəˈmɛnsərɪtli] adv
[high, modest] → proportionnellement; [increase, grow, fall] → proportionnellement
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