equivalent[ ih-kwiv-uh-luh nt or for 5, ee-kwuh-vey-luh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF equivalent
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There is no good English equivalent for Soto's title of Adelantado.
The "wicked uncle" then ascended the throne, or its equivalent.
Here we have the equivalent of exactly 24 pounds per horsepower.
All this was equivalent to my formal adoption as Mr. Stewart's son.
If you get the laugh you have your equivalent, and the writer has his.
When there's money due Lockwood, he wants it, and most times he gets it or its equivalent.
The very odour of those plums in Johnny's nostrils was the equivalent of ecstasy.
This quiet lie was equivalent to a confession of everything.
The presentation of the adarga was equivalent to an offer of peace.
A nuisance on Balera, which is the equivalent of a Terran swamp.