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equally

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adverb equal·ly \ˈē-kwə-lē\

Simple Definition of equally

  • : in an equal or even manner

  • : to an equal degree or extent

Full Definition of equally

  1. 1 :  in an equal or uniform manner :  evenly <sharing the money equally>

  2. 2 :  to an equal degree <respected equally by young and old>

Examples of equally

  1. The money will be distributed equally among the winners.

  2. My opinions are equally valid.

  3. She's respected equally by the young and old.

  4. The two projects are equally important.



14th Century

First Known Use of equally

14th century




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