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pro·rate / prōˈrāt; ˈprōˌrāt/ • v. [tr.] (usu. be prorated) allocate, distribute, or assess pro rata: bonuses are prorated over the life of a player's contract. DERIVATIVES: pro·ra·tion / prōˈrāshən/ n.

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Prorate

PRORATE

To divide proportionately. To adjust, share, or distribute something or some amount on a pro rata basis.

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prorate

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