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Equivalent

ɪˈkwɪv.əl.ənt

Meanings of Equivalent:

adjective

Equal in value, amount, function, meaning, etc.

Usage examples:

One unit is equivalent to one glass of wine
noun

A person or thing that is equal to or corresponds with another in value, amount, function, meaning, etc.

Usage examples:

The french equivalent of the bank of england

Meanings of Equivalently:

adverb

In a way that has the same amount, value, purpose, qualities, etc. as something else

Usage examples:

The two groups of students performed equivalently in the test., an equivalently sized flat in the c…

Meanings of Equivalents:

noun

A person or thing that is equal to or corresponds with another in value, amount, function, meaning, etc.

Usage examples:

The french equivalent of the bank of england
adjective

Equal in value, amount, function, meaning, etc.

Usage examples:

One unit is equivalent to one glass of wine

Equivocacy

ɪˈkwɪvəkəsi

Meanings of Equivocacy:

noun

The state or quality of being ambiguous or open to more than one interpretation.

Usage examples:

The equivocacy of the term helps him in his argumentation

Equivocally

ɪˈkwɪv.ə.kəl.i

Meanings of Equivocally:

adverb

In a way that is not clear and seems to have two opposing meanings, or that is confusing and able to be understood in two different ways

Usage examples:

The new biography was received equivocally., asked how many patients had fully recovered he equivoc…

Equivocate

ɪˈkwɪv.ə.keɪt

Meanings of Equivocate:

verb

Use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.

Usage examples:

The government have equivocated too often in the past

Equivocated

ɪˈkwɪv.ə.keɪt

Meanings of Equivocated:

verb

Use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.

Usage examples:

The government have equivocated too often in the past

Equivocates

ɪˈkwɪv.ə.keɪt

Meanings of Equivocates:

verb

Use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.

Usage examples:

The government have equivocated too often in the past

Meanings of Equivocating:

verb

Use ambiguous language so as to conceal the truth or avoid committing oneself.

Usage examples:

The government have equivocated too often in the past

Meanings of Equivocation:

noun

The use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth or to avoid committing oneself; prevarication.

Usage examples:

I say this without equivocation

Equivocations

ɪˌkwɪvəˈkeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Equivocations:

noun

The use of ambiguous language to conceal the truth or to avoid committing oneself; prevarication.

Usage examples:

I say this without equivocation

Meanings of Equivocator:

noun

A person who uses ambiguous language to conceal the truth or avoid commitment.

Usage examples:

Equivocators on controversial social issues

Meanings of Equivocators:

noun

A person who uses ambiguous language to conceal the truth or avoid commitment.

Usage examples:

Equivocators on controversial social issues

Equivoke

ˈiːkwɪvəʊk

Meanings of Equivoke:

noun

An expression capable of having more than one meaning; a pun.

Usage examples:

The black wisps of women bargaining behind those veils might turn out to be the ballet and coalesce…

Equivokes

ˈiːkwɪvəʊk

Meanings of Equivokes:

noun

An expression capable of having more than one meaning; a pun.

Usage examples:

The black wisps of women bargaining behind those veils might turn out to be the ballet and coalesce…

Meanings of Equulei:

proper noun

A small northern constellation (the foal or little horse), perhaps representing the brother of pegasus. it has no bright stars.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the constellation equuleus.

Usage examples:

The star delta equulei

Meanings of Equuleus:

proper noun

A small northern constellation (the foal or little horse), perhaps representing the brother of pegasus. it has no bright stars.

adjective

Used with preceding greek letter or numeral to designate a star in the constellation equuleus.

Usage examples:

The star delta equulei

Er

ˈəːbɪəm

Meanings of Er:

exclamation

Expressing hesitation.

Usage examples:

‘would you like some tea?’ ‘er … yes … thank you.’
suffix

Denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity.

Usage examples:

Farmer
abbreviation

Emergency room.

noun

The chemical element of atomic number 68, a soft silvery-white metal of the lanthanide series.

The chemical element erbium.

Era

ˈɪərə

Meanings of Era:

noun

A long and distinct period of history.

Usage examples:

His death marked the end of an era

Eradicate

ɪˈræd.ɪ.keɪt

Meanings of Eradicate:

verb

Destroy completely; put an end to.

Usage examples:

This disease has been eradicated from the world

Eradicated

ɪˈræd.ɪ.keɪt

Meanings of Eradicated:

adjective

(of a tree or plant) depicted with the roots exposed.

Usage examples:

The shield contains ‘three scots pine trees eradicated proper’.
verb

Destroy completely; put an end to.

Usage examples:

This disease has been eradicated from the world

Meanings of Eradicates:

verb

Destroy completely; put an end to.

Usage examples:

This disease has been eradicated from the world

Eradicating

ɪˈræd.ɪ.keɪt

Meanings of Eradicating:

verb

Destroy completely; put an end to.

Usage examples:

This disease has been eradicated from the world

Meanings of Eradication:

noun

The complete destruction of something.

Usage examples:

The eradication of poverty

Meanings of Eradications:

noun

The complete destruction of something.

Usage examples:

The eradication of poverty

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