compensar

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From Latin compensāre (to weight together one thing against another, balance, make good, later also shorten, spare), from com- (together) + pensare (to weight).

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compensar (first-person singular present indicative compenso, past participle compensado)

  1. to pay, to pay off, to be worthwhile or profitable
  2. to compensate

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Spanish[edit]

Verb[edit]

compensar (first-person singular present compenso, first-person singular preterite compensé, past participle compensado)

  1. to compensate

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