equipollent

[ ee-kwuh-pol-uhnt, ek-wuh- ]
/ ˌi kwəˈpɒl ənt, ˌɛk wə- /

adjective

equal in power, effect, etc.; equivalent.
Logic. (of propositions, propositional forms, etc.) logically equivalent in any of various specified ways.

noun

an equivalent.

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Origin of equipollent

1375–1425; late Middle English <Latin aequipollent- (stem of aequipollēns) of equal value, equivalent to aequi-equi- + pollent- (stem of pollēns) able, present participle of pollēre to be strong

OTHER WORDS FROM equipollent

e·qui·pol·lence, e·qui·pol·len·cy, noune·qui·pol·lent·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for equipollent

equipollent
/ (ˌiːkwɪˈpɒlənt) /

adjective

equal or equivalent in significance, power, or effect
logic (of two propositions) logically deducible from each other; equivalent
maths logic (of two classes) having the same cardinality

noun

something that is equipollent

Derived forms of equipollent

equipollence or equipollency, nounequipollently, adverb

Word Origin for equipollent

C15: from Latin aequipollēns of equal importance, from equi- + pollēre to be able, be strong
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