compensable

Compensable - What does it mean?

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Wikidiffcom vs Compensable - What's the difference?

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As an adjective compensable is

able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

Taxonomy vs Compensable - What's the difference?

taxonomy | compensable |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective compensable is

able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

Compensable vs Compensably - What's the difference?

compensable | compensably |


As an adjective compensable

is able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

As an adverb compensably is

in a compensable manner.

Compensation vs Compensable - What's the difference?

compensation | compensable |


As a noun compensation

is the act or principle of compensating.

As an adjective compensable is

able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

Compensated vs Compensable - What's the difference?

compensated | compensable |


As a verb compensated

is (compensate).

As an adjective compensable is

able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

Compensable vs Compensatable - What's the difference?

compensable | compensatable | Related terms |

Compensable is a related term of compensatable.


As adjectives the difference between compensable and compensatable

is that compensable is able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation while compensatable is for which compensation is payable.

Compensable vs Compensator - What's the difference?

compensable | compensator | Related terms |

Compensable is a related term of compensator.


As an adjective compensable

is able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

As a noun compensator is

(literally) a party or thing which compensates, pays or otherwise provides a compensation.

Compensable vs Compensate - What's the difference?

compensable | compensate | Related terms |

Compensable is a related term of compensate.


As a adjective compensable

is able to be compensated; entitling one to compensation.

As a verb compensate is

to pay or reward someone in exchange for work done or some other consideration.