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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of equip.
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- adj. prepared with proper equipment
- adj. provided or fitted out with what is necessary or useful or appropriate
- adj. carrying weapons
- adj. provided with whatever is necessary for a purpose (as furniture or equipment or authority)
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In an attempt to thwart piracy of its music, the label equipped a collection of 52 album releases with a type of software known as a rootkit.
Once they grasp the fundamentals, laptops are provided during the second half of the term equipped with three accounting software programs: QuickBooks, Peachtree, and Acclivity (formerly MYOB).
… Officials involved say the approach has triggered arguments in the Pentagon over whether the effort to leave Iraqis adequately equipped is hurting the buildup in Afghanistan.
British police say they believe Mr. Heselden died while testing an all-terrain equipped Segway and lost control and drove the machine off a cliff near his estate in Leeds.
It has become apparent that New Delhi's hydra-headed management style was ill-equipped from the start to stitch together an event on this scale, particularly in the full glare of global publicity.
Conservation Mountain, a two story simulated mountain equipped with working waterfalls, a stream and a trout pond
Physics does involve different problem-solving skills than what most of them come in equipped with.
Talking to those involved, however, what appears to have proved the turning point was Booker's piece last week plus my post, where we pointed out that, while the officers were to be equipped with their Panther "battlefield linousines", troops were to remain equipped with their lightly armoured Land Rovers.
But Enjoy was a modest label equipped with only East Coast distribution.
Hays recovered and went on to invent his own security coffin equipped with a chemical toilet and radio transmitter.