English translation of 'égaler'
Verb Table transitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'égaler'
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Il semblait impossible qu'il pût égaler un Michel Field qui avait réussi à faire de chacun de ces " Pas si vite !Le Monde (1997)
Nul ne peut prétendre égaler Luca Ronconi dans le déploiement des choeurs.Le Monde (2002)
Onze ans plus tard, Maurice Greene vient d'égaler Ben Johnson.Le Monde (1999)
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'égaler' in Other Languages
British English: equal /ˈiːkwəl/ VERB
To equal something or someone means to be as good or as great as them.
He has equalled his opponent's record of five championship titles in a season.
- American English: equal
- Arabic: يُساوِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: igualar
- Chinese: 比得上
- Croatian: ujednačiti
- Czech: rovnat se kolik, komu
- Danish: være lig med
- Dutch: evenaren
- European Spanish: igualar
- Finnish: olla tasavertainen
- French: égaler
- German: gleichen
- Greek: εξισώνω
- Italian: equivalere
- Japanese: ･･･に等しい
- Korean: ...과 같다
- Norwegian: være lik
- Polish: dorównać
- European Portuguese: igualar
- Romanian: a egala
- Russian: равняться
- Spanish: igualar
- Swedish: vara lik
- Thai: ทำให้เท่าเทียมกัน
- Turkish: eşitlemek
- Ukrainian: дорівнювати
- Vietnamese: bằng với
British English: rival VERB
If you say that one thing rivals another, you mean that they are both of the same standard or quality.
Cassette recorders cannot rival the sound quality of CDs.
Translation of égaler from the Collins French to English
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