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Equal — synonyms, equal antonyms, definition
1. equal (a)
abreast adequate against alike analogous associate balanced beside co-ordinate coequal commensurate comparative competent conforming contemporary correspondent corresponding deadlocked equated equitable • • •
2. equal (Noun)
accomplice affiliate analogue approximation assistant associate coequal colleague companion compeer complement comrade contemporary corollary correspondent counterpart equivalent fellow friend like • • •
equal (Noun) — A person who is of equal standing with another in a group.
6 types of
individual mortal person somebody someone soul
associate backup backup man coeval contemporary fill-in gangsta relief reliever replacement stand-in substitute successor townsman
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3. equal (Verb)
associate balance be co-ordinate come up to compare compete compete with confer contend with draw emulate equalise equalize equate equipoise even identify with liken look like • • •
equal (Verb) — Be identical or equivalent to.
ex. "One dollar equals 1,000 rubles these days!"
equal (Verb) — Be equal to in quality or ability.
ex. "Your performance doesn't even equal that of your colleagues"
equal (Verb) — Make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching.
6 types of
alter change compete contend modify vie
agree check correspond draw equate fit gibe homogenise homogenize homologise homologize jibe marry marry up match represent stand for tally tie translate
4. equal (Adjective)
equal (Adjective) — Having the same quantity, value, or measure as another.
ex. "on equal terms" ex. "all men are equal before the law"
equal (Adjective) — Having the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task.
ex. "he was equal to the task"
3 see also
adequacy adequateness equality