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A is equivalent to B

 

Definition (British English)

be, equivalent
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

A, be, equivalent, B
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Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

A, be, equivalent, B
Merriam Webster

Etymology

be, equivalent
Online Etymology Dictionary
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A entspricht B

 

Definition:

A, B
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A cum B (also:) A-cum-B - A und BLast post 13 Aug 12, 19:23
http://dict.leo.org/forum/viewWrongentry.php?idThread=38190&idForum=6&lp=ende (previous New 18 Replies
a - bLast post 19 Feb 10, 14:17
Wer sucht, der findet! Doch wer genau weiß, wo man suchen muss, findet mehr. Optimiert wur…0 Replies
A wird B vorgezogen - A is prioritised to BLast post 04 May 07, 01:02
Ist nun 'to' die richtige Präposition oder sollte dort 'against' oder 'over' stehen? Is 'to…9 Replies
A is a greater threat than BLast post 23 May 14, 16:24
Hallo! Was haltet ihr von diesem Satz: "Large schemes in the outskirts are a greater threa…4 Replies
A is (B and C), or A are (B and C)?Last post 07 Nov 11, 20:35
A question of English grammar... Consider this sentence: The subject of talks were the pr6 Replies
"neither A nor B IS" oder "neither A nor B ARE"Last post 18 Mar 08, 13:43
Jetzt mal ein anständiges Thema - was ist richtig: "Neither A nor B IS in the house" 26 Replies
"neither A nor B *is*" oder "neither A nor B *are*"Last post 02 Mar 16, 09:36
Ich vergess es immer wieder ...Muss es heißen "Provided that neither A nor B *is* is in brea…5 Replies
A wird von B überlagert - B is superimposed on ALast post 18 Aug 15, 10:40
Kontext: Regelung von Betriebsbedingungen in einem Reinraum In einer Ausführungsform des Ve…3 Replies
"A oder B?" - "Nein, A."Last post 06 Feb 07, 21:00
Jetzt muss ich einmal was loswerden, was mir seit Jahren regelmäßig die Zehennägel hochrollt…21 Replies
A.B.Last post 09 Oct 11, 21:05
Jordan was graduating with an A.B. in English.2 Replies
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