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Translation of "equal" - English-Spanish dictionary

equal

adjective   /ˈiː·kwəl/
B1 the same in amount, number, or size igual The sides are of equal length. One metre is equal to 39.37 inches.
the same in importance and deserving the same treatment igual All people are equal.
verb   /ˈiː·kwəl/ ( present participle UK equalling or US equaling, past tense and past participle UK equalled or US equaled)
to have the same value, size, etc. as something else, often shown using a symbol (=) ser igual a Two plus two equals four.
noun   /ˈiː·kwəl/
someone who has the same ability or rights as someone else igual The teacher treats us all as equals.
(Definition of equal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

equal

adjective /ˈiːkwəl/
the same in size, amount, value etc igual four equal slices coins of equal value Are these pieces equal in size? Women want equal wages with men.
equality /iˈkwoləti/ noun
the state of being equal igualdad Women want equality of opportunity with men.
equalize verb ( (also equaliseBritish))
to make or become equal igualar Our team were winning by one goal, but the other side soon equalized.
equally adverb
igualmente All are equally good He divided the sweets equally between us.
equal to
fit or able for capaz I didn’t feel equal to telling him the truth.
equals sign ( equal sign)
(mathematics) a sign (=) used to show that two things are the same amount, number, or size. signo igual
(Definition of equal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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