Origin of prorate
OTHER WORDS FROM proratepro·rat·a·ble, adjectivepro·ra·tion, noun
Words nearby prorate
How to use prorate in a sentence
An ISA would be established for each worker, and each business hiring that worker would be required to contribute an amount for his or her benefits prorated for the number of hours worked.
If we prorate Lankinen’s point shares over an 82-game season it is on pace to be the highest for a rookie goaltender with at least 15 games played in the salary cap era, which started in 2005-06.The Blackhawks are back thanks to their rookie goalie’s greatness|Neil Greenberg|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
British Dictionary definitions for prorate
Derived forms of prorateproratable, adjectiveproration, noun
Word Origin for prorate
Cultural definitions for prorate
To divide or distribute a sum of money proportionately. For example, if one owned an automobile for only three months, an insurance company would prorate the annual premium by charging only one-quarter of it.