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equitable

Pronunciation: /ˈekwətəbəl; ˈekwɪtəbəl/

Translation of equitable in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [formal] equitativo
    Example sentences
    • To be negotiable and have legitimacy, commitments generally need to be perceived to be reasonably fair and equitable.
    • The differential rates system was introduced at the start of this financial year to make rates fair and equitable.
    • We must all be vigilant before our fair and equitable system of health provision is dismantled before our eyes.

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