equal

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  • Info Equal commonly refers to a state of equality.
  • Because of the third law, the forces between them are equal and opposite.
  • Each unit of water can do an amount of work equal to its weight times the head.
  • They also claimed that equal residential rights do not exist in the city.
  • What she does claim is that men and women are equal in the eyes of God.
  • Each elder has an equal vote at the court on which they stand.
  • Not all information is equal and so not all information requires the same degree of protection.
  • Girls had equal inheritance rights with boys if their father died without leaving a will.
  • The result is that they apply an equal and opposite force in response.
  • No other hard rock album has yet equaled or broken this record.
  • This allowed the instrument to play in any key with near-equal ease.
  • There is an old saying that 'All are equal before the law'.
  • This velocity is always lower than or equal to the speed of light.
  • One way of extending a two-player game to more players is by building two teams of equal size.
  • Their victory in this competition marked a record-equalling third win for a club.
  • In both cases, the read and write addresses end up being equal.
  • That is, the work one does is worth so much, equals so much money.
  • In some parts I think he has scarcely equalled the force of his original. Cited from Notes and Queries, Number 185, May 14, 1853, ed. by George Bell
  • Two complex numbers are equal if and only if both their real and imaginary parts are equal.
  • At her next race, she equalled the world record, though her time was not recognized.
  • They can be considered as equal divisions of the perfect fifth.
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Meaning of equal

  • verb Be identical or equivalent to
    One dollar equals 1,000 rubles these days!
  • verb Be equal to in quality or ability
    Nothing can rival cotton for durability, Your performance doesn't even touch that of your colleagues, Her persistence and ambition only matches that of her parents
  • verb Make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching
    let's equalize the duties among all employees in this office, The company matched the discount policy of its competitors
  • adjective Having the same quantity, value, or measure as another
    on equal terms, all men are equal before the law