# equalize

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to render uniform
{v} to make or become equal, portion out, compare, recompense
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"
{f} make equal; make uniform, become equal (also equalise)
In sports such as football, if a player equalizes, he or she scores a goal that makes the scores of the two teams equal. Keegan equalized with only 16 minutes remaining They showed little sign of equalising the Portsmouth striker's glorious 55th-minute shot
Cars in superspeedway races are required to run tires with both inner tubes and "inner liners" which are actually small tires inside the standard tires When the inner liner loses air pressure and that pressure becomes the same as that within the outer tire, the tire is said to have equalized and a vibration is created
compensate; make the score equal
equal·ize equalizes equalizing equalized in BRIT, also use equalise1. To equalize a situation means to give everyone the same rights or opportunities, for example in education, wealth, or social status. Such measures are needed to equalize wage rates between countries. + equalization equali·za·tion the equalization of parenting responsibilities between men and women
To pronounce equal; to compare as equal
To be equal to; equal; to match
Cars in superspeedway races are required to run tires with both inner tubes and inner liners, which are actually small tires inside the standard tires When the inner liner loses air pressure and that pressure becomes the same as that within the outer tire, the tire is said to have equalized and a vibration is created
An image processing algorithm which redistributes the frequency of image pixel values so that any given continuous range of values is equally represented An equalized image has the same number of pixels in the range from 10-20 as it does from 200-210 However, since digital images have quantized intensity values, the range totals are rarely identical but usually close
To make equal
To make equal; to cause to correspond, or be like, in amount or degree as compared; as, to equalize accounts, burdens, or taxes
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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"
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{f} make equal; make uniform, become equal (also equalize)
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compensate; make the score equal
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To make equal
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UK, past of equalise
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third-person singular of equalise
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present participle of equalise
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The tone controls on a soundboard
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- State funding effort to provide funds to districts in an effort to minimize the revenue/FTES differences between districts based upon funds available for this purpose
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The raising or lowering of assessed values for tax purposes in a particular county or taxing district to make them equal to assessments in other counties or districts
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{i} act of making equal; act of making uniform
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A compensation circuit built into some modems to offset distortion caused by the telephone channel
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The electronic manipulation of specific frequencies
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The process of bringing the assessed value of jurisdictions assessing at different levels to a common level, usually fair market value as of a given date
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The act of equalizing, or state of being equalized
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Shaping the tonal character of a sound by boosting and/or attenuating certain frequencies or frequency ranges
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Monetary allowance to a customer for picking up or delivering cargo to or from a point which is not the origin/destination shown on the B/L
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The process of adjusting the tonal quality of a sound A graphic equalizer provides adjustment for a wide range of frequency bands, and is normally inserted in the signal path after the mixing desk, before the amplifier See Feedback
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Sound is made up of many simultaneous vibrations at different frequencies An audio equalizer lets you separately adjust the volume of different bands (ranges of frequencies) to control the overall sound Frequency is measured in hertz (Hz); the higher the number, the higher-pitched the sound Some equalizers, like WebEQ, operate in real-time; other programs, such as Wave Creator, allow you to apply equalization to an effect after it's already been recorded
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The process of changing a neighborhood's assessed value by applying a fixed formula
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Adjusting the frequency response so that the levels of all frequencies are equal or the same Bass and treble controls are equalization controls
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The use of filters to alter the frequency response of a system Commonly arranged with fixed filter spacings of one octave, 1/3 octave, etc , or variable characteristics (see also filter and parametric equalizer)
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The maintenance of system transfer function characteristics within specified limits by modifying circuit parameters (188)  Note: Equalization includes modification of circuit parameters, such as resistance, inductance, or capacitance
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the act of making equal or uniform
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(1) Procedure to compensate for fluctuation in circuit amplitude, delay or distortion and to produce a flat frequency response rate (2) In data communications, a compensation for the increase of attenuation within frequency
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Compensation for frequency dependent attenuation in a comunications circuit
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The application of a uniform percentage increase or decrease to assessed values of various areas or classes of property to bring assessment levels, on the average, to a uniform level of market value
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Equalization is a "supercharge" which is applied to the battery at intervals of from 2 to 8 weeks This charge voltage is about 10% higher than the normal float or trickle charge This ensures that the cells are all equally charged, and in flooded batteries makes sure that the electrolyte is fully mixed by the gas bubbles Gelled and sealed batteries in general should be equalized at a much lower rate than flooded - usually the final charge cycle on a 3-stage charger is sufficient to equalize all the cells
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XE "Equalization" -Adjusting the relative levels of  bands of frequencies to modify the frequency response of an audio signal or file (usually to make it smoother)
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Used to change a recorded song's frequencies when playing back the music Commonly used to enhance different frequencies such as treble and bass in certain styles of music
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The process of boosting or reducing the amplitude of particular sound frequencies All sounds are made up of an overall spectrum of frequencies that are simultaneously resonating Equalization is used to boost or reduce a range of frequencies within the full sound spectrum
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Image-processing technique where the range of tones or colors in a file are expanded to produce a better image
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The process of providing uniform aggregate assessments between townships and counties (see multiplier)
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The process by which the Illinois Department of Revenue adjusts the total assessed value of property in each county to the statewide statutory assessment level of 33-1/3%
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boosting or cutting various frequencies in the spectrum of a sound
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caused to be equal
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past of equalize
equalizes
third-person singular of equalize
equalizing
present participle of equalize
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