Examples of equip in a Sentence
More money was needed to train and equip the troops.
Equipped with a hoe and a shovel, I headed for the garden.
Her training has equipped her to deal with emergencies.
She is well-equipped to deal with emergencies.
Those students are not equipped for the challenges of college.
Recent Examples of equip from the Web
For the nearly 30,000 registered boats in the Florida Keys, there are just a few agencies with vessels equipped to fight a blaze on the water.
Investigators are probing how an agile U.S. warship, capable of speeds of more than 30 mph, loaded with nearly 300 crew members and equipped with some of the most advanced sensors in the world, managed to collide with a lumbering container ship.
Amazon’s Echo Look, which is equipped with a webcam, could theoretically track your weight or size to offer better-fitting clothes, or to know when a baby is on the way.
Syrian fighters may not be able to perform such feats of electronic warfare, but some Russian warplanes are equipped with jamming equipment.
Twelve Oaks Lodge will be equipped with a Memory Care Unit, a service that was not previously provided.
A rendering showed a pool hugging the side of the property next to Pastoria Avenue, a splash pad play area, a storage and maintenance building, and a multipurpose building next to a locker and restroom building equipped with rooftop solar panels.
Only three theaters in the United States are currently equipped with ScreenX technology—the AMC Town Square 18 in Las Vegas, and the CGV Cinemas in Buena Park and Los Angeles.
The oversized master suite includes a spacious master bath and is equipped with a tankless water heater.
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Origin and Etymology of equip
modification of Anglo-French eskiper, eschiper to load on board a ship, embark, outfit, man, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English scipian equip a ship, scip ship
First Known Use: 1523See Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of equip
Definition of equip
EQUIP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of equip for English Language Learners
: to provide (someone) with necessary materials or supplies
: to provide (something) with a particular feature or ability
: to prepare (someone) for a particular activity or problem
EQUIP Defined for Kids
Definition of equip for Students
: to provide with necessary supplies or features
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