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prorated

[ proh-rey-tid, proh-rey-tid ]
/ proʊˈreɪ tɪd, ˈproʊˌreɪ tɪd /
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adjective
(especially of charges or payments) calculated in proportion to some other quantity, such as time: Fellowships to support the study of invention and innovation are awarded for a maximum of ten weeks and carry a prorated stipend.
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