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Definition of "equal to" [equal to]

  • Having the requisite qualities for (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "equal to" in a sentence
  • "The Justice Department's Executive Office for Immigration Review received 951 requests for asylum from Indian nationals between October and March — a six-month tally nearly equal to 1,002 asylum requests received from Indians in all of fiscal 2010."
  • "And so, they wondered, what would happen if they exposed mice to a lower dose of TCE over a longer period of time—a chronic exposure equal to exactly what a person might have in a tannery or airplane manufacturing company, an amount corresponding to limits already approved of as safe by the EPA for industrial workers?"
  • "He did not provide independent substantive advice, nor was his stature equal to that of Eisenhowers formal national security assistants, Bobby Cutler and later Gordon Gray."
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