Examples of equivalency in a Sentence
as long as there's a rough equivalency in the armaments of the two countries, neither is likely to attack the other
Recent Examples of equivalency from the Web
The judges at this year’s bee are Amalio Neives, Boston Public Schools assistant superintendent; Scot Colford, BPL director of library services; and Michael Farma, high school equivalency specialist for Massachusetts Department of Education.
But Alan Gottlieb, founder of the Second Amendment Foundation, says this is not 1934, and there’s no equivalency between assault rifles and machine guns.
The figures include any staff member with some full-time equivalency or FTE assigned to one or more positions in the job group.
Beyond that, the calls for a full-blown investigation of the FBI and Justice and a de-legitimization of Mueller are a massive grab for a false equivalency.
In lieu of regular schooling, they were given photocopied pages of a high-school equivalency workbook, which they were left to complete, or not, without supervision or review.
Not in rejecting the moral equivalency between Fox and, for instance, the Times; that is still the rankest nonsense.
The person who put up the flyer could very well teach a class in false equivalency.
And the claims of equivalency with, for instance, Fox News, which featured advocacy personalities like Hannity and Bill O’Reilly, always seemed absurd.
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EQUIVALENCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of equivalency for English Language Learners
: a level of achievement that is considered to be on the same level as finishing a course of study
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