自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
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VERB 赔偿;补偿 To compensate someone for money or things that they have lost means to pay them money or give them something to replace that money or those things.
The official promise to compensate people for the price rise clearly hadn't been worked out properly...
To ease financial difficulties, farmers could be compensated for their loss of subsidies.
VERB 弥补;补偿 If you compensate for a lack of something or for something you have done wrong, you do something to make the situation better.
The company agreed to keep up high levels of output in order to compensate for supplies lost...
She would then feel guilt for her anger and compensate by doing even more for the children.
VERB 抵消 Something that compensates for something else balances it or reduces its effects.
MPs say it is crucial that a system is found to compensate for inflation...
The pluses more than compensated for the inconveniences involved in making the trip.
VERB 弥补(过失或不足) If you try to compensate for something that is wrong or missing in your life, you try to do something that removes or reduces the harmful effects.
People who sense that they are inferior have to compensate, and often over-compensate by way of outward achievement.
No supportive words could ever compensate for the pain of being separated from her children for 10 years.