[ih-kwil-uh-breyt, ee-kwuh-lahy-breyt, ek-wuh-]
- to be in equilibrium; balance.
Origin of equilibrate
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The equilibrator, relied upon both for storage room and as a regulator of the altitude of the ship, proved a fatal attachment.Aircraft and Submarines
Willis J. Abbot.
Another prominent feature of the mechanism is what is termed an equilibrator.Practical Cinematography and Its Applications</p>
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- to bring to or be in equilibrium; balance
C17: from Late Latin aequilībrāre, from aequilībris in balance; see equilibrium
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