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equiparar

verbo transitivo

  • 1.1 (poner al mismo nivel) See examples:equiparar algo/a alguien a orcon algo/alguien
    to put something/somebody on a level with something/somebody
    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) See examples: 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
Example sentences
  • Los países desarrollados han logrado equiparar las condiciones de vida en muchas ciudades.
  • Al principio aunque algunos lo ignoren la competencia estaba más equiparada.
  • En la práctica, el Gobierno equiparó a las empresas con las personas naturales.

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