Bedeutung von “equally” — Learner’s Dictionary

equally

adverb us uk /ˈiːkwəli/
Extra Examples
The disease affects both men and women equally.There's a picture of three famous women with their equally famous mothers.There are smaller issues which are equally important.The results were equally impressive across all the classes.The two projects have been equally successful.
SAME DEGREE

to the same degree or level:

an equally important question
She did equally well in the competition last year.
SAME AMOUNTS

into amounts or parts that are the same size:

She shared the money equally between the four children.
SAME WAY

B2 If you treat people equally, you treat everyone in the same way so that no one has an unfair advantage.

(Definition von “equally” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)