compensated compensated  /ˈkɑm pən ˌseɪ təd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) receiving or eligible for compensation

Synonym(s)

News

  1. Letters to the Editor Saturday

    The first paragraph contains the undeniable and inescapable truths: The government has taken our property without due process. The government has not compensated us for the property it has taken.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Savannah Morning News

  2. CORRECTIONS

    An article in last Friday’s issue of The Tech on MIT’s highest compensated employees previously had an incorrect headline. Susan Hockfield was not the highest compensated individual at MIT in 2010. She was the highest compensated only for 2011, receiving $1,199,877. In 2010, Seth Alexander was the highest compensated, receiving $1,316,463 compared to Hockfield’s second-place $1,006,969.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Tech

  3. GALLERY: Most highly compensated executives at publicly traded brokers

    Who were the most highly compensated executives at the largest publicly traded brokers in 2012? Find out in Business Insurance's latest gallery. View the gallery.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Business Insurance

Quotes

  1. "This contract is a new beginning for writers in the digital age," said Patric Verrone, president of the Writers Guild of America's western branch. "It ensures that guild members will be fairly compensated for the content they create for the...
    on Jan 17, 2008 By: Patric Verrone Source: Jam! Showbiz

  2. UF athletic director Jeremy Foley said: "Coach Meyer has certainly proven to be one of the top college football coaches in the country and should be compensated as such. We are proud he is our coach and we appreciate all that he has done for the...
    on Aug 3, 2009 By: Jeremy Foley Source: USA Today

  3. "This is a fair settlement of a difficult and complex case that will allow first responders and workers to feel fairly compensated for injuries suffered following their work at Ground Zero," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said.
    on Jun 10, 2010 By: Michael Bloomberg Source: BusinessWeek

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