Definitions

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  • verb UK Alternative form of equalize.

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  • verb compensate; make the score equal
  • verb make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching

Etymologies

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equal +‎ -ise

Examples

  • The SA Human Rights Commission had noted this week that the government's attempts to "equalise" education had not produced equality of outcomes, he pointed out.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The proposal to "equalise" constituencies was in the Conservative manifesto - while the Lib

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The proposal to "equalise" constituencies was in the Conservative manifesto - while the Lib

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • The proposal to "equalise" constituencies was in the Conservative manifesto - while the Lib

    BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition

  • The Oireachtas had to 'equalise' the positions of a boy and a girl by providing an equal deterrent to a boy in the form of making the sexual activity a criminal offence, he said.

    European Tribune

  • The Oireachtas had to 'equalise' the positions of a boy and a girl by providing an equal deterrent to a boy in the form of making the sexual activity a criminal offence, he said.

    European Tribune

  • Reading East Conservative candidate Rob Wilson said: "I want to make it absolutely 100 per cent clear that people's tenancies will be absolutely guaranteed with the Conservatives and that we will not 'equalise' rents with the private sector.

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  • One was left to conclude that Moyes was still furious after seeing Diniyar Bilyaletdinov harshly sent off five minutes after coming on, a decision which effectively ended the match just as Everton were building up a head of steam in their effort to equalise.

    Roy Hodgson praises scouting head after West Brom defeat of Everton

  • • Sentencing data by court including age, gender and ethnicity of those sentenced and the sentence given, in order to identify any courts that are wildly varying form the norm and equalise sentencing across the country.

    Ministers to publish details of all spending on government credit cards

  • Jackie Ashley points out that the coalition agreement states women's pension age will not begin to rise to 66 until 2020, ie after men's and women's pension ages were due to equalise at 65 This new pension benefits women, but has one big blot, 4 April.

    Letters: Women who lost out in pension reform

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