- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of equip.
“More than anything else, God’s Word equips us to outthink the world.”
“If panelists lack the means to answer online polls, the company equips them.”
“Helping children to understand and integrate both sides of their brain equips them with an invaluable tool that enables them to lead a more balanced, emotionally stable, and mentally healthy life.”
“The International Federation of Library Association's (IFLA) Manifesto states: "The school library provides information and ideas that ore fundamental to functioning successfully in today's information and knowledge-based society: The school library equips students with lifelong learning skills and develops the imagination, enabling them to live as responsible citizens" (2008).”
“Literacy Volunteers of the Lowcountry equips adults with reading, writing, math and speaking skills they need to be successful in the family, the workplace and the community.”
“MAG IAS joins manufacturing leaders Boeing, Caterpillar, United Technologies and others as the newest partner in MIT's prestigious Leaders for Global Operations LGO dual-degree graduate program that equips students with master's degrees in engineering and management.”
“It equips students with precisely these tools and skills as they learn a range of subject matters--most especially, STEM subjects.”
“We take courage from the fact that the training and experience we have equips us to cope with the nerves and also to never forget the importance of continuous development.”
“Most of the ads follow a predictable storyline: 1 Energetic woman equips herself with the sponsor's product and begins removing nitty-gritty buildup from floors and furniture.”
“The other showed us what quality education equips you to do in the workplace.”
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