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equal

adjective
 
 
/ˈiːkwəl/
the same in price, number, size, etc.: The values of cross-border and internal sales were about equal over the year.an equal amount/number/share Instead of an equal share, we got only one-fifth of the profits.equal to sth She received a bonus of $15,065, equal to 40% of her salary.equal in number/value/size Sakhalin is an island north of Japan, with oil and gas reserves equal in size to those remaining in the North Sea.
treating everyone in the same way or allowing everyone to have the same opportunities: Relationships within an organization are never equal. Congress should focus its efforts on providing equal access to good quality education and job skills.on an equal basis/footing/on equal terms By law, job applications from disabled people should be treated on an equal basis to those from non-disabled candidates.
all things being equal if the situation remains the same as it is now, or continues as expected: All things being equal, the market should have recovered by the end of the year.
be equal to (doing) sth to have the ability, experience, or skill that is necessary to do something difficult: I'm not sure he's equal to the demands of such a high-pressure job.
(Definition of equal adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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