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equippedadjective

uk   us   /ɪˈkwɪpt/

equipped adjective (PROVIDED)

C1 having the necessary tools, clothes, equipment, etc.: Their schools are very poorly equipped. We were well equipped for the trip.
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equipped adjective (PREPARED)

[+ to infinitive] having the skills needed to do something: Many consider him the leader best equipped to be president. Not being a specialist in the subject I don't feel very well-equipped to answer such questions.
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