equip

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  • He soon returned to the east with a large and well-equipped army.
  • Each series can have several model numbers, as they are equipped with different engines.
  • He next equipped his son in the same manner, and taught him how to fly.
  • With his personal fortune, he equipped the soldiers that would join him.
  • But nevertheless he equips himself, for no one can make him change his mind. Cited from Four Arthurian Romances, by Chretien DeTroyes
  • These weapons can then be used by the player to equip their own army.
  • His father had no means to equip his son with the best available education of the time.
  • William's troops were generally far better trained and equipped than James's.
  • Players choose up to five characters and equip them like in the main story.
  • The program equips students to enter university in their own country or any country of their choice.
  • The player may equip either a front or rear engine, not both at once.
  • These points can be used to equip the power-up items from the single-player game.
  • The player can equip special stones found throughout the game to increase its power and so forth.
  • They were generally poorly-equipped, despite being provided arms by the state.
  • Fighting a well-equipped and larger German army, they suffered heavy losses.
  • They are usually equipped with railroad cars armed with artillery and machine guns.
  • The station was also equipped with a large supply of books and films for the crew to read and watch.
  • His duties included re-equipping regular units as they returned from South Africa.
  • Army equipment available at home was only just sufficient to equip two divisions.
  • One of its goals is to equip people for full-time ministry.
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Meaning of equip

  • verb Provide with (something) usually for a specific purpose
    The expedition was equipped with proper clothing, food, and other necessities
  • verb Provide with abilities or understanding
    She was never equipped to be a dancer