In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1acordethe enormity of the problem calls for a commensurate response — la enormidad del problema exige una respuesta acorde
- commensurate with sth — acorde / en proporción con algo
- salary commensurate with experience — sueldo según experiencia
- Or you could offer your tenant alternative accommodation commensurate with what they are currently paying.
- There is an urgent need today for thinking through a new system of national education, commensurate with a globalised world.
- It will be done commensurate with the fact that we're a nation at war.
- What punishment could possibly be commensurate with genocide?
- Capitalism seeks a value of production commensurate with the repayment of debt.
- If we execute a project overseas, the compensation we pay has to be commensurate with salaries in those countries.
- No they will be paid wages commensurate with foreign airline staff based in London.
- Burt is unfazed by the payment of such sums, pointing to America where rewards are commensurate with profits earned.
- Does he think her fame is commensurate with her ability?
- We needed to consider whether the degree of force used was commensurate with the degree of risk which he believed to be created by the threatened attack.
- It is right that that should be so, because status within an organisation carries with it commensurate rewards.
- He said the greatly reduced security operation was commensurate with what police thought the threat of violence was.
- Many people may not find the rewards commensurate with the time and effort required.
- But neither justifies the role and commensurate reward that an analyst commands.
- The nation is obliged to fulfill its responsibility commensurate with its position in the international community.
- The sample size is commensurate with related studies reported in the literature.
- But there has not been a commensurate increase in job opportunities.
- So I'd like to see a massive investment by governments which would be commensurate with the size of the problem.
- The challenge of staging the play may be commensurate with the challenge of mounting an independent production.
- But he knows he has to keep delivering because the pressures on him are commensurate with the salary he is paid and the teams that he's played for.
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