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pro·por·tion·ate

 (prə-pôr′shə-nĭt)
adj.
Being in due proportion; proportional.
tr.v. (-shə-nāt′) pro·por·tion·at·ed, pro·por·tion·at·ing, pro·por·tion·ates
To make proportionate.

pro·por′tion·ate·ly adv.
pro·por′tion·ate·ness n.
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proportionate

adj
being in proper proportion
vb
(tr) to make proportionate
proˈportionately adv
proˈportionateness n
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pro•por•tion•ate

(adj. prəˈpɔr ʃə nɪt, -ˈpoʊr-; v. -ˌneɪt)

adj., v. -at•ed, -at•ing. adj.
1. proportioned; being in due proportion; proportional.
v.t.
2. to make proportionate.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin]
pro•por′tion•ate•ly, adv.
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proportionate


Past participle: proportionated
Gerund: proportionating

Imperative
proportionate
proportionate
Present
I proportionate
you proportionate
he/she/it proportionates
we proportionate
you proportionate
they proportionate
Preterite
I proportionated
you proportionated
he/she/it proportionated
we proportionated
you proportionated
they proportionated
Present Continuous
I am proportionating
you are proportionating
he/she/it is proportionating
we are proportionating
you are proportionating
they are proportionating
Present Perfect
I have proportionated
you have proportionated
he/she/it has proportionated
we have proportionated
you have proportionated
they have proportionated
Past Continuous
I was proportionating
you were proportionating
he/she/it was proportionating
we were proportionating
you were proportionating
they were proportionating
Past Perfect
I had proportionated
you had proportionated
he/she/it had proportionated
we had proportionated
you had proportionated
they had proportionated
Future
I will proportionate
you will proportionate
he/she/it will proportionate
we will proportionate
you will proportionate
they will proportionate
Future Perfect
I will have proportionated
you will have proportionated
he/she/it will have proportionated
we will have proportionated
you will have proportionated
they will have proportionated
Future Continuous
I will be proportionating
you will be proportionating
he/she/it will be proportionating
we will be proportionating
you will be proportionating
they will be proportionating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been proportionating
you have been proportionating
he/she/it has been proportionating
we have been proportionating
you have been proportionating
they have been proportionating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been proportionating
you will have been proportionating
he/she/it will have been proportionating
we will have been proportionating
you will have been proportionating
they will have been proportionating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been proportionating
you had been proportionating
he/she/it had been proportionating
we had been proportionating
you had been proportionating
they had been proportionating
Conditional
I would proportionate
you would proportionate
he/she/it would proportionate
we would proportionate
you would proportionate
they would proportionate
Past Conditional
I would have proportionated
you would have proportionated
he/she/it would have proportionated
we would have proportionated
you would have proportionated
they would have proportionated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.proportionate - being in due proportion; "proportionate representation of a minority group"
disproportional, disproportionate - out of proportion
2.proportionate - agreeing in amount, magnitude, or degree
commensurate - corresponding in size or degree or extent; "pay should be commensurate with the time worked"
3.proportionate - exhibiting equivalence or correspondence among constituents of an entity or between different entities
balanced - being in a state of proper equilibrium; "the carefully balanced seesaw"; "a properly balanced symphony orchestra"; "a balanced assessment of intellectual and cultural history"; "a balanced blend of whiskeys"; "the educated man shows a balanced development of all his powers"
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proportionate

adjective
1. Properly or correspondingly related in size, amount, or scale:
2. Characterized by or displaying symmetry, especially correspondence in scale or measure:
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Translations
مُتَناسِب
úměrný
sopusuhtainensuhteellinen
arányos
hlutfallslegur, í hlutfalli viî

proportionate

[prəˈpɔːʃnɪt] ADJproporcionado (to a)
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proportionate

[prəˈpɔːrʃənət] adj
(= proportional) [increase, share] → proportionnel(le)
to be proportionate to sth (= match) → être proportionnel(le) à qch
(= appropriate) [response, punishment] → proportionné(e)
to be proportionate to sth → être proportionné(e) à qch
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proportionate

adjproportional; share alsoanteil(s)mäßig; to be/not to be proportionate to somethingim Verhältnis/in keinem Verhältnis zu etw stehen
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proportionate

[prəˈpɔːʃnɪt] adj proportionate (to)proporzionato/a (a)
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proportion

(prəˈpoːʃən) noun
1. a part (of a total amount). Only a small proportion of the class passed the exam.
2. the (correct) quantity, size, number etc (of one thing compared with that of another). For this dish, the butter and flour should be in the proportion of three to four (=eg 300 grammes of butter with every 400 grammes of flour).
proˈportional adjective
proˈportionally adverb
proˈportionate (-nət) adjective
being in correct proportion. Are her wages really proportionate to the amount of work she does?
proˈportionately adverb
be/get etc in proportion (to)
to (cause to) have a correct relationship (to each other or something else). In drawing a person, it is difficult to get all the parts of the body in proportion.
be/get etc out of (all) proportion (to)
to (cause to) have an incorrect relationship (to each other or something else). An elephant's tail seems out of (all) proportion to the rest of its body.
in proportion to
in relation to; in comparison with. You spend far too much time on that work in proportion to its importance.
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