Definition of Equivalents

1. Noun. (plural of equivalent) ¹



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Definition of Equivalents

1. equivalent [n] - See also: equivalent

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Equivalents

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equivalent-binary-digit factor
equivalent dose
equivalent extract
equivalent focal length
equivalent form reliability
equivalent temperature
equivalent variation
equivalent weight
equivalent weights
equivalent word
equivalented
equivalenting
equivalentist
equivalently
equivalents (current term)
equivalise
equivalised
equivalue
equivalued
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equivalve
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equivariance
equivariant
equivariantly
equiveillance
equiviscous temperature

Literary usage of Equivalents

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1. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1844)
"IF last year we were called upon to give the equivalents with the atomic weights, we feel this year the more anxious to do so as Liebig (in his Annuls) and ..."

2. Criminology by Maurice Parmelee (1918)
"CHAPTER II THE ORIGIN AND EARLY EVOLUTION OF CRIME equivalents of crime and punishment among animals — The limits of the analogy between man and the animal ..."

3. Physics of the Air by William Jackson Humphreys (1920)
"APPENDIX II CONSTANTS AND equivalents The following numerical values are taken, chiefly, from the Smithsonian Meteorological Tables, fourth edition, ..."

4. Handbook of the Law of Evidence by John Jay McKelvey (1907)
"In their final shape, theie rules become rules of equivalents, ... Prima Facie equivalents or Presumptions. Taking the seven years' absence rule above ..."

5. Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the by Edward Turner (1835)
"The numbers adopted in this work refer to hydrogen as unity, and are given in the subjoined table. CHEMICAL equivalents OF ELEMENTARY SUBSTANCES. ..."

6. The Theory of Relativity by Robert Daniel Carmichael (1920)
"LOGICAL equivalents OF THE POSTULATES. In every body of doctrine which consists ... The problem of the logical equivalents of a given set of postulates is ..."

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