verb (used with object), pro·por·tion·at·ed, pro·por·tion·at·ing.
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So the LGPD also establishes the rights to privacy for citizens data and also protects them in a way that they know the way in which their data is being used and that it’s used in a proportionate way.Podcast: COVID-19 is helping turn Brazil into a surveillance state|Anthony Green|September 16, 2020|MIT Technology Review
By comparison, a proportionate range in a country the size of the United States is 475,000 to 7,473,000.New Report Cites Half-a-Million War Related Dead in Iraq|Brian Van Reet|October 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The case against Megaupload might not be proportionate, wise, or able to withstand legal scrutiny.You’re No Aaron Swartz! Kim Dotcom’s Sleazy Transformation Into Activist|Michael Moynihan|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I do agree that a just and proportionate sentence must be determined, objectively, and without hysteria or undue emotion.
I began to realize why such a proportionate few choose the cold and impersonal laboratory.Sense from Thought Divide|Mark Irvin Clifton
The annual rings are variable in width, and the proportionate amounts of springwood and summerwood also vary.American Forest Trees|Henry H. Gibson
But the proportionate value of gold to silver in Japan was as four to one, instead of the common valuation of fifteen to one.Diary of Richard Cocks Vol. I|Richard Cocks
The apparatus may be of the simplest nature, and on any required scale, proportionate to the size of the mill.
Sally was both a Londoner and a visitor, and her feelings were proportionate.Coquette|Frank Swinnerton