Synonym: comparability, compare, comparison, equality, equation, par. Similar words: equivalent, ambivalence, ambivalent, malevolence, equivocal, unrivaled, equivocate, equivocation. Meaning: [ɪ'kwɪvələns] n. 1. a state of being essentially equal or equivalent; equally balanced 2. essential equality and interchangeability 3. qualities that are comparable.

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1. There's a general

*equivalence*between the two concepts.2. There is no straightforward

*equivalence*between economic progress and social well-being.3. We conclude this section by demonstrating this

*equivalence*.4. He uses rhymed quatrains in

*equivalence*to the strophic pattern evident in Horace's poem.5. Our study allowed us to estimate dose

*equivalence*from the dose response findings with salbutamol and salmeterol.6. At this point the strong

*equivalence*principle supplies a key ingredient to understanding curved space-time.7. Application of the strong

*equivalence*principle provides the basis for a definition of parallel transport in curved space time.8. It will shock her,(sentencedict.com) this assumed

*equivalence*with a man so strikingly deficient.9. Einstein next considered the implications of the

*equivalence*principle for motion in free fall, that is to say motion under gravitational forces alone.10. Type

*Equivalence*and Embedded Interop Types.11. The second principle is the principle of

*equivalence*.12. A datapool must contain one

*equivalence*class.13. This paper deals with

*equivalence*experimentation on Shock Test.14. After the

*equivalence*point, there is excess titrant present.15. Coherency is the theoretical basis of dynamic

*equivalence*.16. The mass - energy

*equivalence*has been amply confirmed.17. The effects of

*equivalence*ratio and volume fraction of oxygen on gas composition, carbon conversion and low heating value of fuel gas were investigated through a series of experiments.18. In

*equivalence*of the fund the basic calculating method has simple interest and compound interest law.19. What if you want to compare the actual contents of an object for

*equivalence*?20. Whatever the theoretical possibilities, it is clearly more parsimonious to explain acquired distinctiveness and

*equivalence*solely in terms of associative mechanisms.21. There are also chapters on those areas most affected by the Seventh Directive: harmonisation,

*equivalence*and mutual recognition.22. This analysis applies directly to generalization tests for acquired

*equivalence*of the sort depicted in Table 5.1.23. As a child balances his blocks, he develops a sense for

*equivalence*.24. Once separated from the jaws they appear equally likely to be digested, so that there is approximate

*equivalence*between the samples.25. Chapter 2 makes brief statements about value bias, too many variables not enough countries, and

*equivalence*.26. It follows that this account finds no place for a notion of acquired

*equivalence*.27. This chapter explores in more detail the effect of such

*equivalence*classes on parsing phonemes into words. 6.1.1.28. This book provides a good discussion of establishing functional

*equivalence*in comparative politics.29. It is far more important that children have a felt sense of balance,

*equivalence*, design, and patterns.30. An alternative way of dealing with the problem of observational

*equivalence*is to impose apriori what are called exclusion restrictions.More similar words: equivalent, ambivalence, ambivalent, malevolence, equivocal, unrivaled, equivocate, equivocation, sequence, insolence, consequence, in consequence, acquiescence, rival, arrival, quivering, vale, survival, talent, equip, calendar, talented, convalesce, equity, require, equinox, malevolent, required, equipped, inequity.