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equalise


Past participle: equalised
Gerund: equalising

Imperative
equalise
equalise
Present
I equalise
you equalise
he/she/it equalises
we equalise
you equalise
they equalise
Preterite
I equalised
you equalised
he/she/it equalised
we equalised
you equalised
they equalised
Present Continuous
I am equalising
you are equalising
he/she/it is equalising
we are equalising
you are equalising
they are equalising
Present Perfect
I have equalised
you have equalised
he/she/it has equalised
we have equalised
you have equalised
they have equalised
Past Continuous
I was equalising
you were equalising
he/she/it was equalising
we were equalising
you were equalising
they were equalising
Past Perfect
I had equalised
you had equalised
he/she/it had equalised
we had equalised
you had equalised
they had equalised
Future
I will equalise
you will equalise
he/she/it will equalise
we will equalise
you will equalise
they will equalise
Future Perfect
I will have equalised
you will have equalised
he/she/it will have equalised
we will have equalised
you will have equalised
they will have equalised
Future Continuous
I will be equalising
you will be equalising
he/she/it will be equalising
we will be equalising
you will be equalising
they will be equalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been equalising
you have been equalising
he/she/it has been equalising
we have been equalising
you have been equalising
they have been equalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been equalising
you will have been equalising
he/she/it will have been equalising
we will have been equalising
you will have been equalising
they will have been equalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been equalising
you had been equalising
he/she/it had been equalising
we had been equalising
you had been equalising
they had been equalising
Conditional
I would equalise
you would equalise
he/she/it would equalise
we would equalise
you would equalise
they would equalise
Past Conditional
I would have equalised
you would have equalised
he/she/it would have equalised
we would have equalised
you would have equalised
they would have equalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.equalise - compensate; make the score equal
rack up, score, tally, hit - gain points in a game; "The home team scored many times"; "He hit a home run"; "He hit .300 in the past season"
2.equalise - make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching; "let's equalize the duties among all employees in this office"; "The company matched the discount policy of its competitors"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
homologise, homologize - make homologous
homogenize, homogenise - cause to become equal or homogeneous as by mixing; "homogenize the main ingredients"
tie, draw - finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.; "The teams drew a tie"
rival, equal, match, touch - be equal to in quality or ability; "Nothing can rival cotton for durability"; "Your performance doesn't even touch that of your colleagues"; "Her persistence and ambition only matches that of her parents"
Translations
يُساوي بَيْن، يُعادِل
jafna

equal

(ˈiːkwəl) adjective
the same in size, amount, value etc. four equal slices; coins of equal value; Are these pieces equal in size? Women want equal wages with men.
noun
one of the same age, rank, ability etc. I am not his equal at running.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈequalled , (American) ˈequaled
to be the same in amount, value, size etc. I cannot hope to equal him; She equalled his score of twenty points; Five and five equals ten.
equality (iˈkwoləti) noun
the state of being equal. Women want equality of opportunity with men.
ˈequalize, ˈequalise verb
to make or become equal. Our team were winning by one goal – but the other side soon equalized.
ˈequally adverb
All are equally good; He divided his chocolate equally between us.
equal to
fit or able for. I didn't feel equal to telling him the truth.
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The last 10 minutes were very tense and Morrison put the home side back in front, only for Nicholls to equalise again, before Corner snatched a winner for Boosbeck with two minutes to go.
Sully regained the lead through a Daniel Lawlor header only to see Cornelly equalise from the penalty mark.
Liam Davies put Tranmere 4-3 ahead in extra-time only for the visitors to equalise with the last kick.
Curtorim tried their best to equalise and skipper Marwyn Afonso missed a couple of chances hitting the crossbar, resulting in the narrow win for Vasco.
Crewe went ahead through Ashley Westwood's free-kick, only for Ryan Gilligan to equalise on the stroke of half-time.
However, at 2-1 I don't know where the referee found time for them to equalise.
Clare had another chance to equalise three minutes from time when he was picked out by another Gilroy cross but he failed to get enough power on his header from ten yards out, which was easily gathered by Ince.
Storacall Voice Systems, a supplier and developer of call processing products, has launched eQualise, a CTI solution that integrates with an existing PBX and handsets.
Manager Loz Cairns (above) said: "We were looking good until a sloppy mistake 10 minutes from time allowed them to equalise.