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
Recent Examples of prorate from the Web
For cap purposes, signing bonuses are prorated over the length of the contract: the longer the deal, the less money a signing bonus costs each year.
Alexan Downtown and Block 334 is giving two months free prorated throughout the term of a lease.
The Ducks signed the centerman Sunday to a one-year contract worth $1.25 million prorated for the balance of the season, according to a person who was not authorized to speak publicly.
Heathoops cap expert Albert Nahmad said a contract cannot be prorated for purposes of using the disabled player exception in a trade and thus Belinelli’s contract wouldn’t fit into the Heat’s exception.
Since he’s been tendered a contract offer, but hasn’t negotiated a deal or had his salary decided by an arbitration hearing, that 30 days of pay would be prorated from last year’s $11.4 million, which would be roughly $1.8 million.
Under a change in baseball's new labor contract, that money will be prorated for the luxury tax and Stanton will count as $22 million annually.
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
PRORATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prorate for English Language Learners
: to calculate (something) according to the specific amount that someone has done, used, etc.
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