equalize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to produce equal: equalized the responsibilities associated with the staff.
    • In order to make consistent.
    • To make equal; to cause to correspond, or perhaps like, in quantity or degree in comparison.
    • To pronounce equal; examine as equal.
    • To be add up to; equal; to suit.
    • to help make equal: equalized the duties of this staff.
    • to produce consistent.
    • to help make equal; resulting in to correspond, or be love, in quantity or level when compared.
    • To pronounce equal; evaluate as equal.
    • To be equal to; equal; to complement.
    • In order to make equal: equalized the obligations associated with staff.
    • which will make consistent.
    • To make equal; to cause to correspond, or be like, in amount or degree as compared.
    • To pronounce equal; examine as equal.
    • become add up to; equal; to suit.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To represent or cause equivalence, equilibrium, or stability.
    • To constitute or induce equivalence, balance, or stability.
    • To constitute or cause equivalence, equilibrium, or stability.
  • others:
    • becoming corresponding to; equal.
    • To portray as equal; place on an amount (with another).
    • which will make equal; reason enough to be equal in amount or level when compared: since, to equalize records; to equalize burdens or fees.
    • Also spelled equalise.
    • is add up to; equal.
    • To express as equal; place on a level (with another).
    • In order to make equal; cause to be equal in amount or level as compared: since, to equalize reports; to equalize burdens or taxes.
    • Also spelled equalise.
    • To be add up to; equal.
    • To express as equal; place on a level (with another).
    • to produce equal; cause to be equal in quantity or degree when compared: since, to equalize records; to equalize burdens or taxes.
    • additionally spelled equalise.
  • verb:
    • compensate; result in the rating equal
    • make equal, uniform, matching, or matching
    • compensate; make the score equal
    • make equal, uniform, matching, or matching
    • compensate; make the rating equal
    • make equal, uniform, matching, or matching

Related Sources

  • Sentence for "equalize"
    • Trying to "equalize" the blame from…
    • View More
  • Quotes for "equalize"
  • Verb Forms for "equalize"
  • Phrases for "equalize"
  • Same Context for "equalize"
  • Urban Dictionary for "equalize"
    • resulting in great disquiet to another…
    • View More
452 votes

How would you define equalize?

All the definitions on AZdictionary were written by people just like you. Now's your chance to add your own!