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Pronunciation of Equals: Learn how to pronounce Equals in English correctly

Learn how to say Equals correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word equal:

adjective
1being the same in quantity, size, degree, or value:
add equal amounts of water and flour
1 litre is roughly equal to 1 quart
(of people) having the same status, rights, or opportunities:
people are born free and equal
a society where women and men are equal partners
uniform in application or effect; without discrimination on any grounds:
a dedicated campaigner for equal rights
evenly or fairly balanced:
it was hardly an equal contest
2 (equal to) having the ability or resources to meet (a challenge):
the players proved equal to the task
noun
a person or thing that is the same as another in status or quality:
we all treat each other as equals
entertainment facilities without equal in the British Isles
verb (equals, equalling, equalled; US equals, equaling, equaled)
[with object]
be the same as in number or amount:
four plus six divided by two equals five
the total debits should equal the total credits
match or rival in performance or extent:
he equalled the world record of 9.93 seconds
be equivalent to:
his work is concerned with why private property equals exploitation
Phrases
(the) first among equals
the person or thing having the highest status in a group:
the clerk was regarded as first among equals by the other chief officers
on equal terms
with the same advantages and disadvantages:
all companies should be able to compete on equal terms
other (or all) things being equal
provided that other factors or circumstances remain the same:
it follows that, other things being equal, the price level will rise
some —— are more equal than others
although members of a society or group appear to be equal, in reality some receive better treatment than others:
evidently, some communities are more equal than others
Origin:
late Middle English: from Latin aequalis, from aequus ‘even, level, equal’