Definition of commensurately in English:



See commensurate

‘Yes, it's interesting that increasingly large companies in the public sector are offering people the opportunity to buy extra leave, and they reduce their pay commensurately.’
  • ‘I make no apologies whatsoever for paying him commensurately for that performance,’ he said.’
  • ‘As we report elsewhere in Scotland on Sunday, it will show that while life expectancy in Scotland will increase slightly over coming years, the quality of that life will not grow commensurately.’
  • ‘Countries such as the former Soviet Union, which traditionally use less packaging, have a commensurately greater wastage rate in food production.’
  • ‘But as these security threats become more numerous, the defenses and solutions that we have to deploy in a bid to keep pace with the dangers increase commensurately in complexity.’