Examples of equivalence in a Sentence
the equivalence of the two propositions
moviegoers who mistakenly believe that there is an equivalence between the personality of an actor and that of his character
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Few would imagine any equivalence between this kind of fear and the horribly colloquial sense terror has taken on in our world.
The commission is expected to interpret the equivalence concept rather strictly, meaning rules in the UK couldn’t stray far from those in the EU after Brexit, the official said.
European officials have so far insisted that equivalence is the best the U.K. can expect.
That’s a false and dangerous equivalence, legal experts warn, because a court ruling endures no matter which party holds the majority in Washington.
But New Schools for New Orleans CEO Patrick Dobard said presenting Einstein as anything other than an open admissions school network is a false equivalence.
Passport Blues The main difference between passporting and equivalence is that one is a right, while the other a privilege.
Here, in the false equivalence between racists and their opponents, Donald Trump isn’t an innovator.
This also means that any new theory of gravity has to respect the weak equivalence principle.
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EQUIVALENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of equivalence for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being alike : the quality or state of having the same value, function, meaning, etc.
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