Examples of prorate in a Sentence
The player's annual salary was prorated because he only played for the last three months of the season.
shares in the company's profits were prorated according to the workers' length of service
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Annual passes will be prorated and will cost $112 if purchased in September.
Scenario 1: Trout regresses into an average player overnight Roughly speaking, a full-time regular produces 2.0 WAR per year, which prorates to 1.4 to this point in the season.
Her annual salary was set at $160,000, prorated for her August start date.
While most federal retirees will receive a 2 percent COLA in January, it is prorated by how many months they have been retired, if less than a full year.
Still another said the refund would be prorated for the remainder of the season.
Megazzini will be paid $145,000 annually plus a 20 percent bonus for duties as interim superintendent, both prorated, according to a copy of his new contract approved at a meeting Monday.
Wilson agreed to turn $6.26 million of base salary into a bonus prorated over the final three years of his deal.
The only change made to the ordinance Tuesday was to make permits and decal fees prorated on a quarterly basis, county spokeswoman Doreen Overstreet said.
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Origin and Etymology of prorate
First Known Use: 1858See Words from the same year
Synonymsallocate, apportion, deal (out), dispense, distribute, dole out, hand out, mete (out), parcel (out), portion, administer
Related Wordsadmeasure, allot, allow, appropriate, assign, dish out, divide, divvy (up), dollop (out), lot, measure (out), part, proportion, ration, redistribute, set, share (out), split; bestow, disburse, furnish, issue, provide, share, supply; circulate, disperse, disseminate, scatter, spread; chip in, contribute, donate, pledge; reallocate, reapportion
Near Antonymsbegrudge, decline, deny, deprive (of), disallow, refuse, reject, withhold; niggle (out), pinch, skimp, stint
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