Definition of compensational in English:


Pronunciation /-SHənl/


See compensation

‘The additional provision is necessary to meet the revised estimates of compensational losses which will have to be met by the ICCL due to the impact of the fees, costs and expenses of the receivership on client assets.’
  • ‘The V-chip represents another weapon in the generational war - a device that allows parents to eradicate the compensational content of which children have learned to make enjoyable use.’
  • ‘Changes in enzyme pattern and photosynthetic parameters observed in the transgenic plants are interpreted as compensational processes or adaptations to a redirection of metabolic fluxes.’