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equal

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈiːkwəl/
B2 someone who has the same ability, opportunities, or rights as someone else: The teacher treats us all as equals.Position and status in groups and organizations
Translations of “equal”
in Korean 동등한 사람, 동등한 것…
in Arabic نَظير…
in Portuguese igual…
in Catalan igual…
in Japanese 同等…
in Italian pari, simile…
in Chinese (Traditional) (應獲得同等待遇的)同等重要的人或物…
in Russian равный, ровня…
in Turkish aynı haklara/fırsatlara/yeteneğe sahip kişi…
in Chinese (Simplified) (应获得同等待遇的)同等的人或物…
in Polish partner…
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