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equal British & World English

Being the same in quantity, size, degree, or value

equal English Thesaurus

two lines of equal length

equal time British & World English

(In broadcasting) a principle of allowing equal air time to opposing points of view, especially to political candidates for two or more parties

on equal terms British & World English

With the same advantages and disadvantages

equal to in equal British & World English

Having the ability or resources to meet (a challenge)

equal opportunities British & World English

The right to be treated without discrimination, especially on the grounds of one’s sex, race, or age

separate but equal British & World English

Racially segregated but ensuring equal opportunities to all races

Equal Rights Amendment British & World English

A proposed amendment to the US Constitution stating that civil rights may not be denied on the basis of one’s sex

other things being equal British & World English

Provided that other factors or circumstances remain the same

some —— are more equal than others British & World English

Although members of a society or group appear to be equal, in reality some receive better treatment than others

coequal British & World English

Having the same rank or importance

footing British & World English

The position or status of a person in relation to others

on equal terms in equal British & World English

With the same advantages and disadvantages

equal to in equal English Thesaurus

Patricia was equal to the task

separate but equal in separate British & World English

Racially segregated but ensuring equal opportunities to all races

equal opportunity in equal opportunities British & World English

The right to be treated without discrimination, especially on the grounds of one’s sex, race, or age

temperament British & World English

The adjustment of intervals in tuning a piano or other musical instrument so as to fit the scale for use in different keys; in equal temperament, the octave consists of twelve equal semitones

other things being equal in equal British & World English

Provided that other factors or circumstances remain the same

equal temperament in temperament British & World English

The adjustment of intervals in tuning a piano or other musical instrument so as to fit the scale for use in different keys; in equal temperament, the octave consists of twelve equal semitones

some —— are more equal than others in equal British & World English

Although members of a society or group appear to be equal, in reality some receive better treatment than others

other or all things being equal in equal British & World English

Provided that other factors or circumstances remain the same


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