[ proh-rey-shuhn ]
/ ˌproʊˈreɪ ʃən /
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the act of dividing, distributing, limiting, or calculating something proportionately, as fees, wages, quotas, funding, etc.: Supporting memberships are available at $5,000 per year, with no proration for a term of less than one year.The school superintendent had assumed a $650 per-pupil proration for the current fiscal year.
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The Nationals’ 2020 payroll was around $196 million, according to Cot’s, before salaries were prorated for the shortened season.Jon Lester’s reasonable contract leaves the Nationals room to address their remaining needs|Jesse Dougherty|January 20, 2021|Washington Post