Commensurate



[kuh-men-ser-it, -sher-] /kəˈmɛn sər ɪt, -ʃər-/

adjective
1.
corresponding in amount, magnitude, or degree:
Your paycheck should be commensurate with the amount of time worked.
2.
proportionate; adequate:
a solution commensurate to the seriousness of the problem.
3.
having the same measure; of equal extent or duration.
4.
having a common measure or divisor; .
/kəˈmɛnsərɪt; -ʃə-/
adjective
1.
having the same extent or duration
2.
corresponding in degree, amount, or size; proportionate
3.
able to be measured by a common standard; commensurable
adj.

1640s, from Late Latin commensuratus, from Latin com- “with” (see com-) + Late Latin mensuratus, past participle of mensurare “to measure,” from mensura (see measure (v.)).

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