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Definición de “equal” en inglés


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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