She blames cultural traditions in Italy, which even today do little to teach men that women are their equals.
His instinct for communicating with what FDR called “the common man” equals his grasp of complex issues.
In the Obama Administration, down is up, two plus two equals five, and ignorance is strength.
They want to participate as equals, at least in the democratic process itself.
That makes 165 or so Democratic votes for a compromise (exact number of Democrats in the House equals 193).
He was uncivil to those beneath him, not civil to those above him, and insulting to his equals.
It equals the big man with the little; it fills me to the giant's girth and inches.
Others have remained as they were through all the ages, Some have no equals in their groups in modern days.
And how unhappy they must feel, if indeed that kind can feel like myself and my equals.
Among these is a wild bean which equals in flavor any domestic bean that I have ever tasted.
late 14c., from Latin aequalis "uniform, identical, equal," from aequus "level, even, just," of unknown origin. Parallel formation egal (from Old French egal) was in use late 14c.-17c. The noun is recorded from 1570s.
1580s, "compare, liken," also "match, rival," from equal (adj.). Related: Equaled; equaling.
"=", ASCII character 61.
Common names: ITU-T: equals; gets; takes. Rare: quadrathorpe; INTERCAL: half-mesh.
Equals is used in many languages as the assignment operator though earlier languages used ":=" ("becomes equal to") to avoid upsetting mathematicians with statements such as "x = x+1". It is also used in compounds such as "<=", ">=", "==", "/=", "!=" for various comparison operators and in C's "+=", "*=" etc. which mimic the primitive operations of two-address code.