equiponderate


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e·qui·pon·der·ate

 (ē′kwə-pŏn′də-rāt′, ĕk′wə-)
tr.v. e·qui·pon·der·at·ed, e·qui·pon·der·at·ing, e·qui·pon·der·ates
1. To counterbalance.
2. To give equal balance or weight to.

[Medieval Latin aequiponderāre, aequiponderāt- : Latin aequi-, equi- + Latin ponderāre, to weigh; see (s)pen- in Indo-European roots.]

equiponderate

(ˌiːkwɪˈpɒndəˌreɪt)
vb
(tr) to equal or balance in weight, power, force, etc; offset; counterbalance
[C17: from Medieval Latin aequiponderāre, from Latin equi- + ponderāre to weigh]
ˌequiˈponderance, ˌequiˈponderancy n
ˌequiˈponderant adj

equiponderate


Past participle: equiponderated
Gerund: equiponderating

Imperative
equiponderate
equiponderate
Present
I equiponderate
you equiponderate
he/she/it equiponderates
we equiponderate
you equiponderate
they equiponderate
Preterite
I equiponderated
you equiponderated
he/she/it equiponderated
we equiponderated
you equiponderated
they equiponderated
Present Continuous
I am equiponderating
you are equiponderating
he/she/it is equiponderating
we are equiponderating
you are equiponderating
they are equiponderating
Present Perfect
I have equiponderated
you have equiponderated
he/she/it has equiponderated
we have equiponderated
you have equiponderated
they have equiponderated
Past Continuous
I was equiponderating
you were equiponderating
he/she/it was equiponderating
we were equiponderating
you were equiponderating
they were equiponderating
Past Perfect
I had equiponderated
you had equiponderated
he/she/it had equiponderated
we had equiponderated
you had equiponderated
they had equiponderated
Future
I will equiponderate
you will equiponderate
he/she/it will equiponderate
we will equiponderate
you will equiponderate
they will equiponderate
Future Perfect
I will have equiponderated
you will have equiponderated
he/she/it will have equiponderated
we will have equiponderated
you will have equiponderated
they will have equiponderated
Future Continuous
I will be equiponderating
you will be equiponderating
he/she/it will be equiponderating
we will be equiponderating
you will be equiponderating
they will be equiponderating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been equiponderating
you have been equiponderating
he/she/it has been equiponderating
we have been equiponderating
you have been equiponderating
they have been equiponderating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been equiponderating
you will have been equiponderating
he/she/it will have been equiponderating
we will have been equiponderating
you will have been equiponderating
they will have been equiponderating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been equiponderating
you had been equiponderating
he/she/it had been equiponderating
we had been equiponderating
you had been equiponderating
they had been equiponderating
Conditional
I would equiponderate
you would equiponderate
he/she/it would equiponderate
we would equiponderate
you would equiponderate
they would equiponderate
Past Conditional
I would have equiponderated
you would have equiponderated
he/she/it would have equiponderated
we would have equiponderated
you would have equiponderated
they would have equiponderated
References in periodicals archive ?
EQUIPONDERATE A Equal in weight B An equivalent force C Balanced argument who am I?
For there is no sense in attributing obligatoriness to something whose doing and abandonment equiponderate with respect to us, since we do not conceive of obligatoriness [of something] except when its doing preponderates over its abandonment with respect to our objectives.