equalising

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present participle of equalise
equalize
to render uniform
equalize
{v} to make or become equal, portion out, compare, recompense
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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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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 equalise)
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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
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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
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compensate; make the score equal
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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
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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
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To pronounce equal; to compare as equal
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To be equal to; equal; to match
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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
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To make equal
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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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