equilibrate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to stay in or bring about balance.
    • To be in or bring about equilibrium.
    • to stay in or produce equilibrium.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to keep in or deliver into balance.
    • To stabilize two scales, sides, or ends; to help keep despite equal weight for each side; to keep in equipoise.
    • to keep in or deliver into balance.
    • To balance two scales, sides, or ends up; maintain even with equal weight for each part; to keep in equipoise.
    • To maintain in or bring into balance.
    • To stabilize two scales, sides, or stops; to keep despite having equal fat for each part; to help keep in equipoise.
  • verb:
    • To balance, or deliver into balance.
    • To balance, to stay circumstances of equilibrium.
    • bring into stability or balance
    • provide a chemical stasis or balance
    • To stabilize, or deliver into equilibrium.
    • To balance, to stay in a state of balance.
    • To stabilize, or deliver into balance.
    • To stabilize, to stay in circumstances of balance.
    • deliver into balance or balance
    • provide a chemical stasis or equilibrium
    • bring into balance or balance
    • bring to a chemical stasis or balance
  • others:
    • To stabilize similarly; hold even with equal body weight for each part; retain in equipoise.
    • To stabilize equally; keep despite having equal body weight on each part; retain in equipoise.
    • To balance similarly; hold despite equal fat on each part; keep in equipoise.

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