Definition of 'equalize'
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Disasters one, triumphs nil, but there was still a chance to equalize before half time. THE THIRD CLASS GENIE (2004)
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Translations for 'equalize'
British English: equalize /ˈiːkwəˌlaɪz/ VERB
To equalize a situation means to give everyone the same rights or opportunities.
They want to equalize funding among school districts.
- American English: equalize
- Arabic: يُساوِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: igualar
- Chinese: 使相等
- Croatian: poravnati
- Czech: vyrovnat
- Danish: udligne
- Dutch: gelijkmaken
- European Spanish: equiparar
- Finnish: tasapainottaa
- French: égaliser
- German: gleichmachen
- Greek: εξομοιώνω
- Italian: uguagliare
- Japanese: 等しくする
- Korean: 같게 하다
- Norwegian: utjevne
- Polish: zrównać
- European Portuguese: igualar
- Romanian: a egaliza
- Russian: выравнивать
- Spanish: igualar
- Swedish: utjämna
- Thai: ทำให้เท่าเทียมกัน
- Turkish: eşitlemek
- Ukrainian: вирівнювати
- Vietnamese: làm bằng nhau
Definition of equalize from the Collins English Dictionary
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