peer, equal, match, compeer(adj)
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
having the same quantity, value, or measure as another
"on equal terms"; "all men are equal before the law"
having the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task
"she had adequate training"; "her training was adequate"; "she was adequate to the job"; "he was equal to the task"
be identical or equivalent to
"One dollar equals 1,000 rubles these days!"
equal, touch, rival, match(verb)
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"
adjoin, touch, pit, have-to doe with, rival, play off, pertain, couple, match, concern, fit, stir, tinge, refer, meet, equalize, twin, agree, be, gibe, oppose, tally, equalise, affect, pair, jibe, cope with, equate, relate, touch on, tinct, bear on, allude, bear upon, reach, contact, correspond, come to, advert, impact, partake, extend to, mate, disturb, tint, check
equal, match, equalize, equalise, equate(verb)
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"
liken, equalize, touch, be, fit, gibe, equate, pair, meet, agree, get even, equalise, check, play off, match, cope with, tally, rival, compare, mate, couple, correspond, pit, oppose, twin, jibe
The same in all respects.
Equal conditions should produce equal results.
Exactly identical, having the same value.
All right angles are equal.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Adequate, commensurate, and sufficient signify equal to some given occasion or work; as, a sum sufficient to meet expenses; an adequate remedy for the disease. Commensurate is the more precise and learned word, signifying that which exactly measures the matter in question. Adapted, fit, suitable, and qualified refer to the qualities which match or suit the occasion. A clergyman may have strength adequate to the work of a porter; but that would not be a fit or suitable occupation for him. Work is satisfactory if it satisfies those for whom it is done, though it may be very poor work judged by some higher standard. Qualified refers to acquired abilities; competent to both natural and acquired; a qualified teacher may be no longer competent, by reason of ill health. Able and capable suggest general ability and reserved power, able being the higher word of the two. An able man will do something well in any position. A capable man will come up to any ordinary demand. We say an able orator, a capable accountant.
Adequate to the demand; for the purpose.
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- identies, gelyk, dieselfdeAfrikaans
- ساوى, يساوي, عدل, مساوٍ, المساوِيArabic
- равен, еднакъв, равнявам сеBulgarian
- igualCatalan, Valencian
- cydraddol, cydraddWelsh
- gleichen, gleich, Gleichgestellter, GleichgestellteGerman
- igual, igualarSpanish
- samanlainen, [[yhtä]] [[suuri]] [[kuin]], sama, vertainenFinnish
- égal, égaleFrench
- leithidScottish Gaelic
- pari, uguale, eguagliareItalian
- 等しい, 同じJapanese
- lygus, vienodas, tolygusLithuanian
- vienlīdzīgs, vienāds, līdzīgsLatvian
- gelijke, gelijk zijn aan, betekenen, identieke, identiek, gelijkDutch
- er likNorwegian
- igualar, significar, igual, par, [[ser]] [[igual]] [[a]]Portuguese
- ровня, одинаковый, равный, равнятьсяRussian
- lik, vara lika med, betyda, jämlike, likeSwedish
- công bằngVietnamese
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