Significado de “even (sth) out” - en el Diccionario Inglés

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even (sth) out en inglés británico

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even (sth) out

phrasal verb with even uk /ˈiː.vən/ us /ˈiː.vən/ verb [ T ]

to become equal, or to make something equal:

The league is divided into two skill levels in order to even out the competition.

Más ejemplos

  • Her brother also won a scholarship, which evened things out nicely.
  • A last-minute goal by Spain evened out the score to 2-2.
  • There are far more flowers in that vase than in this one - we'd better even them out a bit.
  • It's not fair if Carl has a lot more jobs to do than you, so let's even things out a bit.
  • Instead of having six interviews one day and just one the next day, can't we even them out?

(Definición de even (sth) out del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

even (sth) out en inglés de negocios

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even (sth) out

phrasal verb with even uk /ˈiːvən/ us verb

to become regular or equal, or to make something do this:

Adding money to your portfolio a little at a time will even out a lot of unpredictable fluctuations.
Investors are waiting for the housing market to even itself out.
These differences in pay tend to even out over time.

(Definición de even (sth) out del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)