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equiparar

Translation of equiparar in English:

verbo transitivo/transitive verb

  • 1.1 (poner al mismo nivel) equiparar algo/a algn a orcon algo/algn to put sth/sb on a level with sth/sb la nueva ley los equipara a or con los profesores de los colegios estatales the new law puts them on a level with state-school teachers 1.2 (comparar) esta situación no se puede equiparar con la existente en Nicaragua this situation cannot be compared to o compared with o likened to that which exists in Nicaragua

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