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Translation of "even" - English-Spanish dictionary

even

adjective /iːvən/
level; the same in height, amount etc uniforme, constante Are the table-legs even? an even temperature.
smooth liso, llano We’ll have to make the path more even.
regular regular He has a strong, even pulse.
(mathematics) divisible by 2 with no remainder par 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 etc are even numbers.
equal (in number, amount etc) empatado The teams have scored one goal each and so they are even now.
(of temperament) calm constante, tranquilo She has a very even temper.
evenly adverb
uniformemente Spread the chocolate mixture evenly over the top of the cake.
evenness noun
uniformidad
be/get even with
to be revenged on vengar(se) de He tricked me, but I’ll get even with him.
even out phrasal verb
to become level or regular normalizarse, regularizarse The road rose steeply and then evened out His pulse began to even out.
to make smooth alisar He raked the soil to even it out.
to make equal igualar If Jane would do some of Mary’s keyboarding, that would even the work out.
even up phrasal verb
to make equal igualar
(Definition of even from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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