verb (used with object), e·qual·ized, e·qual·iz·ing.
- equality state,
- equalization payment,
Origin of equalize
Examples from the Web for equalize
JUDNICK: The immediate supremacist reaction is to equalize everything.
They have high quality child care, and political party quotas to equalize the number of men and women running for office.
Far from pushing “undemocratic” legislation, Yisrael Beytenu has attempted to push legislation that will equalize Israeli society.
What defect in the feed valve will cause the brake pipe pressure to equalize with that in the main reservoir?The Traveling Engineers' Association|Anonymous
The revolving frame and its barrel are made to turn in contrary directions, so as greatly to save time and equalize the operation.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
There is then a disposition to equalize that cannot be easily repressed.Steam Steel and Electricity|James W. Steele
That's because there are no protecting layers of clouds to equalize the radiation.The Boy with the U. S. Weather Men|Francis William Rolt-Wheeler
This is one factor that makes it impossible for a retailer to equalize the peaks and valleys in his sales chart.Meteorology|Charles Fitzhugh Talman