[ih-kwil-uh-breyt, ee-kwuh-lahy-breyt, ek-wuh-]
- to be in equilibrium; balance.
Origin of equilibrate
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It contains the three elements; integration, differentiation and equilibration.Evolution in Modern Thought
Of these values, as of all values, however, the law of equilibration holds.The Value of Money
Benjamin M. Anderson, Jr.
The goodness of an act is thus a matter of equilibration or adjustment of the elements of an individual's nature.
When she is coaxing her child to walk, she is not making a theoretic exposition of the science of equilibration.Fantasia of the Unconscious</p>
D. H. Lawrence
Equilibration is the final result of these transformations which an evolving aggregate undergoes.Herbert Spencer
J. Arthur Thomson
- to bring to or be in equilibrium; balance
C17: from Late Latin aequilībrāre, from aequilībris in balance; see equilibrium
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- The development or maintenance of an equilibrium.
- The process of exposing a liquid to a gas that is at a certain partial pressure until the partial pressures of the gas inside and outside the liquid are equal.
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