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Translation of "equip" - English-Spanish dictionary

equip

verb   /ɪˈkwɪp/ ( present participle equipping, past tense and past participle equipped)
be equipped with something
to include the things that are needed for a particular purpose estar equipado con algo The new trains are equipped with all the latest technology.
(Definition of equip from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

equip

verb /iˈkwip/ ( past tense, past participle equipped)
to fit out or provide with everything needed equipar He was fully equipped for the journey The school is equipped with four computers.
equipment noun
the clothes, machines, tools etc necessary for a particular kind of work, activity etc equipamiento, pertrechos The mechanic could not repair the car because he did not have the right equipment The boy could not afford the equipment necessary for mountaineering.
the act of equipping. equipamiento
(Definition of equip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “equip”
in Vietnamese trang bị…
in Malaysian dilengkapi…
in Thai จัดหามาให้…
in French équiper (de)…
in German ausrüsten…
in Turkish donatmak, techiz etmek…
in Chinese (Traditional) 提供, 裝備, 配備…
in Russian вооружать знаниями…
in Chinese (Simplified) 提供, 装备, 配备…
in Indonesian memperlengkapi…
in Polish wyposażyć, przygotować…
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