[ee-kwuh-lat-er-uh l, ek-wuh-] /ˌi kwəˈlæt ər əl, ˌɛk wə-/
having all the sides equal:
an equilateral triangle.
a figure having all its sides equal.
a side equivalent, or equal, to others.
having all sides of equal length: an equilateral triangle
a geometric figure having all its sides of equal length
a side that is equal in length to other sides
1560s, from Late Latin aequilateralis, from aequi- (see equal (adj.)) + lateralis (see lateral).
Having all sides of equal length, as a triangle that is neither scalene nor isosceles.
noun 1. .
[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.
[ih-kwil-uh-bruh nt] /ɪˈkwɪl ə brənt/ noun, Physics. 1. a counterbalancing force or system of forces. /ɪˈkwɪlɪbrənt/ noun 1. a force capable of balancing another force and producing equilibrium
[ih-kwil-uh-breyt, ee-kwuh-lahy-breyt, ek-wuh-] /ɪˈkwɪl əˌbreɪt, ˌi kwəˈlaɪ breɪt, ˌɛk wə-/ verb (used with object), equilibrated, equilibrating. 1. to balance equally; keep in equipoise or . 2. to be in with; counterpoise. verb (used without object), equilibrated, equilibrating. 3. to be in ; balance. /ˌiːkwɪˈlaɪbreɪt; ɪˈkwɪlɪˌbreɪt/ verb 1. to bring to or be in equilibrium; balance