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
Recent Examples of equivalence from the Web
Systems of mutual recognition or regulatory equivalence will not give service providers the same access to EU markets.
The two wouldn’t fall in a similar manner, leading to a violation of the strong equivalence principle and, with it, general relativity.
And that moral equivalence, between the people of our government and Putin’s thugs, had generated a lot of controversy.
At another extreme, the rear lens on an iPhone X is a 4-mm lens (in the Exif data for an iPhone photograph, it is still measured in its equivalence to 35-mm film, which ends up being close to a 28-mm lens).
The depository distributed 70 million pounds of food in 2016 and distributes the equivalence of 160,000 meals per day through its 700 partner agencies and programs throughout Cook County.
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.
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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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