[ee-kwi-dis-tuh nt, ek-wi-] /ˌi kwɪˈdɪs tənt, ˌɛk wɪ-/
distant by equal amounts from two or more places
1560s, from French équidistant (14c.), from Late Latin aequidistantem (nominative aequidistans), from aequi- (see equal) + distantem (see distant). In reference to a type of map projection, from 1866.
[ee-kwuh-fawrm, ek-wuh-] /ˈi kwəˌfɔrm, ˈɛk wə-/ adjective 1. having the same shape or serving the same purpose.
[ee-kwuh-lat-er-uh l, ek-wuh-] /ˌi kwəˈlæt ər əl, ˌɛk wə-/ adjective 1. having all the sides equal: an equilateral triangle. noun 2. a figure having all its sides equal. 3. a side equivalent, or equal, to others. /ˌiːkwɪˈlætərəl/ adjective 1. having all sides of equal length: an equilateral triangle noun 2. a geometric figure having all […]
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[ee-kwuh-lat-er-uh-liz-uh m, ek-wuh-] /ˌi kwəˈlæt ər əˌlɪz əm, ˌɛk wə-/ noun 1. a political theory developed during the Cold War period that promoted Europe’s political independence.