a rule of transformational grammar that deletes the underlying subject of a complement clause if it is coreferential with the subject or object of the main clause, as in John promised to return the money, where the underlying subject (John) of return has been deleted.
/ˌiːkwɪˈnjuːmərəs/ adjective 1. (logic) having the same number of members
[ih-kwip] /ɪˈkwɪp/ verb (used with object), equipped, equipping. 1. to furnish or provide with whatever is needed for use or for any undertaking; fit out, as a ship or army: They spent several thousand dollars to equip their boat. 2. to dress; array: He equipped himself in all his finery. 3. to furnish with intellectual […]
/ˌɛkwɪpɑːˈtɪʃən/ noun 1. the equal division of the energy of a system in thermal equilibrium between different degrees of freedom. This principle was assumed to be exact in classical physics, but quantum theory shows that it is true only in certain special cases
[ee-kwuh-pahr-tish-uh n, ek-wuh-, ee-kwuh-, ek-wuh] /ˈi kwə pɑrˈtɪʃ ən, ˈɛk wə-, ˌi kwə-, ˌɛk wə/ noun, Thermodynamics. 1. the theorem that the kinetic energy is the same for each degree of freedom in a system in thermal equilibrium.