English words and Examples of Usage

use "equivalent" in a sentence

It's the equivalent of not having been convicted," Charlebois said.

Of the rest, 15 kept their "buy" or equivalent rating and four a "hold".

Within seconds the guide possessed the bitcoin equivalent of 30 shekels.

Think of all these as equivalent to the vitamins needed by humans.

She pays the equivalent of $350 Cdn a year for all her prescription drugs.

The Super Lotto Jackpot was J$315m or the Barbadian equivalent of BD$5.45m.

It is equivalent to 1,000 watts of energy used over the course of one hour.

One international terrorist equivalent to 44 SAF troopers? he asked."

It's debt is roughly the equivalent of a half a trillion U.S. dollars.

You can obtain the equivalent amount of heroin for about one-tenth the price.

Our state’s equivalent, Connect for Colorado, has also run less than smoothly.

They’re insulting; the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face.

But this must be matched by an equivalent civil response to uproot the problem.

In all, he has sent more than 28,000 tweets - the rough equivalent of 12 a day.

“Ten weeks of chemotherapy is equivalent to 10 years of normal aging, Jones says.

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