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aequālis e, adj. with comp.

aequo, equal, like, even, on a par: virtutes inter se: eis genus, eloquentia, aetas aequalia, S.Of the same age, equally old: chorus aequalis Dryadum, V. — As subst, a contemporary, fellow: aequali suo inservire, T.: dilexi senem, ut aequalem: Aristides Themistocli (gen.), N.Living at the same time, contemporary, coeval, and subst, a contemporary: Ennio: temporibus illis scriptor, L.Coeval, coexistent: benevolentia ipsius aequalis aetati, as old as himself: urbis mortali corpori, lasting only as long as, L.: aequali tecum pubesceret aevo, V.Uniform, level, even, steady: loca, S.: terra ab omni parte, O.: aequali ictu freta scindere, O.: sonitus ... aequalior accidens auribus, L.: nil aequale homini fuit illi, no consistency, H.

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