- 形容词: proportionate;
The Irish educate proportionately more young people to university level than the British.
A regressive tax, like the poll tax, takes proportionately more of a poor person's income.
We have significantly increased the number of people in education but the size of the classes hasn't changed proportionately.
This move was unexpected, and proportionately disconcerting.
Costs have risen, and prices will rise proportionately.
Proportionately, eastern European NATO members have helped most in Afghanistan.
These extremely high frequencies allow proportionately wider band - width signals to be transmitted.
This error will be proportionately reduced for smaller temperature differences.
Apparently, ordinary people's salary has not increased proportionately with the rising prices.
More will go to services and proportionately less to hardware.
As the roast darkens, caffeine and acidity decrease proportionately.
To divide, distribute, or proportionately.
Enlarge or reduce the full signature proportionately.
Your salary will rise proportionately to your workload.
The amount of sugar in tears changes proportionately with the blood authors explain.
1. to a proportionate degree;
"your salary will rise proportionately to your workload"
2. to a proportionate degree;
"the height of this wall must be reduced proportionately to give the room pleasant dimensions"
3. in proportion