- 1.1 (equal) [size/value] equivalente to be equivalent
tosth equivaler aalgo $100 US was roughly equivalent to £50 sterling 100 dólares americanos equivalían or eran equivalentes a unas 50 libras esterlinas his request was equivalent to a demand su petición era poco menos que una exigencia to be equivalent to -ingequivaler a+ infinitive/infinitivoit is equivalent to increasing our prices by 7% equivale a aumentar nuestros precios en un 7%More example sentences1.2 (corresponding) [position/term] equivalente to be equivalent
- But hang on to the receipt in case you want to exchange it for something of equivalent value in case you don't need that day or you've had it before.
- Farmers are now expecting prices to lift by an equivalent amount.
- We will panic about being unable to afford to replace the boiler and then, on impulse, book a weekend in Ibiza that costs the equivalent amount.
tosth ser* el equivalente dealgoMore example sentences
- Additionally, the effect of watching fish was determined to be equivalent to the effect of hypnosis.
- The effect is equivalent to always rejecting the face-up card that is passed to you.
- Aids currently causes deaths equivalent to the Holocaust every two years.
- equivalente (masculine) there isn't an exact English equivalent for that word en inglés no hay (un) equivalente exacto de esa palabra
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
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