commensurate with, to or in?

Prepositions after "commensurate"

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In 90% of cases commensurate with is used

CONDITION Commensurate with age &; use.

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience.

Let our repentance be commensurate with our sin.

A gift's value should be commensurate with the level of the business dealings.

Slavery is not commensurate with the nature of the human person as rational (i.

They are commensurate with the job and the responsibilities that the post holds.

Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

He said it was his solemn desire to find a way out commensurate with the dignity and honour of the judiciary.

In 9% of cases commensurate to is used

The punishment is not commensurate to the crime.

They should also be paid a wage commensurate to this, to weed out corruption.

What we lack is a national response commensurate to the magnitude of the issue.

Runners expect a level of support and back-up commensurate to the type of event.

There is no gain saying that the punishments should be commensurate to the offences.

However, our efforts to deal with it should be commensurate to the size of the problem.

The amount he spent on a player at Barcelona is commensurate to what Wenger gets as his summer transfer warchest.

It was the last time in history that we came face to face with something commensurate to our capacity for wonder.

Another teacher explains that passion in a relationship is commensurate to how much uncertainty you can tolerate.

The good part about the building blocks is their learning challenge is roughly commensurate to the benefit received.

In 1% of cases commensurate in is used

To inspire the necessary support to tackle a problem of the scale of climate change will require a vision that is commensurate in scale.

Anyone's action becomes my action; anyone's experience is my experience; and anyone's benefit is my benefit, if I am commensurate in inward being with the being of other people.