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Nina broke free from the mob with the verbal equivalent of an elbow in the eye. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
In other words, you're soon going to be paying me the equivalent of several place settings of Fiestaware. IN A STRANGE CITY (2002)
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British English: equivalent /ɪˈkwɪvələnt/ NOUN
If one amount or value is the equivalentof another, they are the same.
The device can store the equivalent of sixty novels.
- American English: equivalent
- Arabic: مُساوٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: equivalente
- Chinese: 同等物
- Croatian: ekvivalent
- Czech: ekvivalent
- Danish: modstykke
- Dutch: equivalent
- European Spanish: equivalente
- Finnish: vastine
- French: équivalent
- German: Äquivalent
- Greek: ισοδύναμο
- Italian: equivalente
- Japanese: 同等のもの
- Korean: 동등한 것
- Norwegian: ekvivalent
- Polish: ekwiwalent
- European Portuguese: equivalente
- Romanian: echivalent
- Russian: эквивалент
- Spanish: equivalente
- Swedish: motsvarighet
- Thai: เท่ากับ
- Turkish: denk eşit
- Ukrainian: еквівалент
- Vietnamese: lượng tương đương
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