Definition of "prorated" [prorated]

  • (verb) Simple past tense and past participle of prorate.

Use "prorated" in a sentence

  • "Cap accounting includes non-cash charges such as prorated signing bonus charges, LTBE (Likely to be Earned) incentives and NLTBE (Not Likely to be Earned) incentives, charges for injured players and injury settlements, grievance holds, unamortized bonus of players no longer on the team, etc."
  • "Bibby will receive the remainder of his $5.7 million salary this season and has a chance to make more, should he sign a prorated minimum deal with his next team."
  • ""When Virginia received, I think it was a little over $3 billion in the winter of '09 to plug a budget hole, what happened the subsequent year, last year, was that the state had to go back and cut the positions and the programs that that $3 billion paid for, essentially leaving us with the debt in the prorated amount that Virginia could claim was belonging to it," Cantor said."

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