English words and Examples of Usage

use "compensate" in a sentence

Suh will help compensate for the loss of two starting defensive linemen.

Labour says it will cut less and compensate by raising taxes on the wealthy.

GM had established a special fund to compensate victims of the switch defect.

The jury will be highly confused -- it cannot order a person to compensate herself.

Of performing tasks to circumvent or compensate for disabilities or impaired functions.

Not even a food claiming

to have superpowers can compensate for a bad diet alongside it.

Primarily because of a commission discussion on how to compensate its most senior employee.

The fundraising page goes on to say: No amount of money can co

mpensate for the damage caused.

Leap seconds were introduced in 1972 to compensate for variations in the Earth's speed.

How do you compensate them for the loss of the graveyard of their mother or father? she asked.

>I wish the prices would go back down to normal because the incomes didn't change to compensate.

It would compensate her financially but not restore her job as a learning specialist and adviser.

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