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  • nounrelative amount, size of part to whole
  • nounbalance between parts of whole

synonyms for proportion

  • bulk
  • capacity
  • dimension
  • distribution
  • fraction
  • magnitude
  • percentage
  • portion
  • rate
  • ratio
  • scale
  • scope
  • share
  • volume
  • amplitude
  • apportionment
  • breadth
  • cut
  • degree
  • division
  • equation
  • expanse
  • extent
  • measure
  • measurement
  • part
  • quota
  • relationship
  • segment
  • admeasurement
See also synonyms for: proportions
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antonyms for proportion

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  • entirety
  • whole
  • disproportion
  • imbalance
  • unevenness
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These integrals take on monstrous proportions in multi-loop Feynman diagrams, which come into play as researchers march down the line and fold in more complicated virtual interactions.
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Rates of testing, he said, were lower in poorer areas and areas with higher proportions of residents who are racial minorities.
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Epidemiologists look to the percent-positive rate, or the proportion of positive tests relative to total tests done, to distinguish between these two possibilities.
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The 2019 Climate Equity Index Report found that cost burdens of basic needs, including energy, transportation and housing, are much higher in communities with a higher proportion of people of color.
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The problem Greene and Lobb worked on predicts, basically, that every such path contains sets of four points that form the vertices of rectangles of any desired proportion.
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A high proportion of landing pages convert well as they are created following key fundamental steps.
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Globally, violence against women and girls is a problem of pandemic proportions, with one in three experiencing an act of physical or sexual violence in her lifetime.
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Some went on to get ill, but it’s not clear what proportion never developed symptoms.
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It’s just figuring out how can we increase the proportion of good time over bad time.
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