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pro ra·ta

 (prō rā′tə, rä′-, răt′ə)
adv.
In proportion, according to a factor that can be calculated exactly.

[Latin prō ratā (parte), according to the calculated (share) : prō, according to + ratā, feminine ablative of ratus, calculated.]

pro-ra′ta adj.
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pro rata

(ˈprəʊ ˈrɑːtə)
in proportion
[Medieval Latin]
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pro ra•ta

(proʊ ˈreɪ tə, ˈrɑ-)
adv.
in proportion; according to a certain rate.
[1565–75; < Medieval Latin]
pro-ra′ta, adj.
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pro rata

A Latin phrase meaning in proportion.
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Adv.1.pro rata - in proportion
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Translations

pro rata

[ˌprəʊˈrɑːtə]
A. ADVa prorrateo
the money will be shared out pro ratael dinero será repartido a prorrateo, se prorrateará el dinero
B. ADJa prorrateo
a pro rata agreement (US) → un acuerdo a prorrateo
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pro rata

prorata [ˌprəʊˈrɑːtə]
advau prorata
adj [payment] → au prorata
on a pro rata basis → au prorata
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pro rata

adj, advanteil(s)mäßig; on a pro rata basisauf einer proportionalen Basis
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pro rata

[ˈprəʊˈrɑːtə] advin proporzione, pro rata
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