Meaning of COMPENSATION in English

COMPENSATION

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ full

▪ partial , small

▪ adequate , sufficient

▪ appropriate , fair , just

▪ cash , financial , monetary

▪ deferred

▪ CEO , executive (both AmE )

▪ employee ( AmE )

▪ unemployment ( AmE )

… OF COMPENSATION

▪ amount

VERB + COMPENSATION

▪ award (sb) , give (sb) , grant (sb) , offer (sb) , pay (sb) , provide (sb with)

▪ accept , gain ( esp. BrE ), get , obtain , receive , win

She got some ~ for damages.

▪ deny sb , refuse sb

▪ claim , demand , fight for , seek

▪ determine

the rules used for determining ~

▪ be eligible for , be entitled to

COMPENSATION + VERB

▪ be payable

If the government is proved negligent, ~ will be payable.

COMPENSATION + NOUN

▪ claim

▪ committee ( esp. AmE )

▪ costs

▪ fund

▪ insurance ( esp. AmE )

▪ order ( esp. BrE )

▪ package

▪ payment

▪ benefits ( AmE )

▪ plan ( AmE ), policy , program ( AmE ), scheme ( BrE ), system

▪ law

▪ consultant , handler (both AmE )

PREPOSITION

▪ as ~ (for)

She received £7 000 as ~ for her injuries.

▪ in ~ (for)

They will have to pay £5 000 in ~.

▪ ~ for

The money was small ~ for unfair dismissal.

▪ ~ from

~ from the government

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .