Equal conjugation

English
40 examples
This verb can also mean the following: be, be equivalent to, match, have as its consequence, have, have the same value as, correspond to

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
equal
equal
equals
equal
equal
equal
Future Simple
will equal
will equal
will equal
will equal
will equal
will equal
Past Simple
equalled
equalled
equalled
equalled
equalled
equalled
Conditional Simple
would equal
would equal
would equal
would equal
would equal
would equal
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am equalling
are equalling
is equalling
are equalling
are equalling
are equalling
Future Progressive
will be equalling
will be equalling
will be equalling
will be equalling
will be equalling
will be equalling
Past Progressive
was equalling
were equalling
was equalling
were equalling
were equalling
were equalling
Conditional Progressive
would be equalling
would be equalling
would be equalling
would be equalling
would be equalling
would be equalling
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have equalled
have equalled
has equalled
have equalled
have equalled
have equalled
Future Perfect
will have equalled
will have equalled
will have equalled
will have equalled
will have equalled
will have equalled
Past Perfect
had equalled
had equalled
had equalled
had equalled
had equalled
had equalled
Conditional Perfect
would have equalled
would have equalled
would have equalled
would have equalled
would have equalled
would have equalled
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been equalling
have been equalling
has been equalling
have been equalling
have been equalling
have been equalling
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been equalling
will have been equalling
will have been equalling
will have been equalling
will have been equalling
will have been equalling
Past Perfect Progressive
had been equalling
had been equalling
had been equalling
had been equalling
had been equalling
had been equalling
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been equalling
would have been equalling
would have been equalling
would have been equalling
would have been equalling
would have been equalling

Examples of equal

Example in English
Yeah, you-- you were treating my female as if she was an equal!
We are all equal in the world ."
'Men, ' you would say... "'are seldom equal to the emotions they inspire in women.
'These men who were hired last, worked only one hour, "'and you have made them equal to us "'who have borne the burden of the work.'
...is equal to the square root of the remaining side."
Yeah, you-- you were treating my female as if she was an equal!
We are all equal in the world ."
'Men, ' you would say... "'are seldom equal to the emotions they inspire in women.
'These men who were hired last, worked only one hour, "'and you have made them equal to us "'who have borne the burden of the work.'
...is equal to the square root of the remaining side."
'T' to the third power. C 1023 minus ten OK equals zero."
...equals the sum of the squares of the other two sides"
A lone red vote equals a 1 0 million dollar loss."
A" equals one. "B" equals two.
A" equals...
'T' to the third power. C 1023 minus ten OK equals zero."
...equals the sum of the squares of the other two sides"
A lone red vote equals a 1 0 million dollar loss."
A" equals one. "B" equals two.
A" equals...
A despicable family, capable of great cruelty, yet their reign in Florence produced economic prosperity and art that has never been equalled.
Blacking out equalled a good night, a direct correlation.
Certainly by the time of the Greeks, it was a fairly fancy building... whether it equalled the Solomonic building we don't know... but we know that by Greek times understanding of architecture... and aspirations had changed... so even if it was identical... probably they would've seen it as primitive.
He married Annie Fratellini, daughter of Gustave, himself the son of Paul Fratellini, one of the three celebrated brothers, who, between the wars, enjoyed a success that's never been equalled.
His skill at assessing weather conditions, and his ability to manoeuvre in poor visibility were not equalled.
Right, and analysts later proved that it was the same handwriting, equalling one guy.
So we were left with 20 marks, equalling the entrance fee and half a pill.
Such complex structures require sophisticated building apparatus, the kind usually found in cultures surpassing or equalling ours.
Through this process of nuclear fusion, the sun releases energy equalling millions of atomic bombs every second.
With enthusiasm equalling yours as you describe the moment?
A despicable family, capable of great cruelty, yet their reign in Florence produced economic prosperity and art that has never been equalled.
Blacking out equalled a good night, a direct correlation.
Certainly by the time of the Greeks, it was a fairly fancy building... whether it equalled the Solomonic building we don't know... but we know that by Greek times understanding of architecture... and aspirations had changed... so even if it was identical... probably they would've seen it as primitive.
He married Annie Fratellini, daughter of Gustave, himself the son of Paul Fratellini, one of the three celebrated brothers, who, between the wars, enjoyed a success that's never been equalled.
His skill at assessing weather conditions, and his ability to manoeuvre in poor visibility were not equalled.
Right, and analysts later proved that it was the same handwriting, equalling one guy.
So we were left with 20 marks, equalling the entrance fee and half a pill.
Such complex structures require sophisticated building apparatus, the kind usually found in cultures surpassing or equalling ours.
Through this process of nuclear fusion, the sun releases energy equalling millions of atomic bombs every second.
With enthusiasm equalling yours as you describe the moment?

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