noun, plural e·quiv·a·len·cies.
- equivalence class,
- equivalence principle,
- equivalence relation,
- equivalent air speed,
- equivalent circuit,
- equivalent focal length,
- equivalent weight
Origin of equivalency
Examples from the Web for equivalency
It is not enough to say that on the principle of equivalency a man is not presumed to intend to pay for a thing until he has it.The Common Law|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
But this equivalency can hardly be secured in any other way than by prescribing a series of definite lines of study.Science and Education|Thomas H. Huxley
Table of the Elements, arranged according to their Equivalency.
He is, as the name indicates, it is an equivalent—it's a certification that the man has an equivalency of a high school education.Warren Commission (10 of 26): Hearings Vol. X (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy