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e·quil·i·brate
[ih-kwil-uh-breyt, ee-kwuh-lahy-breyt, ek-wuh-]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [E·QUIL·I·BRAT·ED, E·QUIL·I·BRAT·ING.]
1.
to balance equally; keep in equipoise or equilibrium.
2.
to be in equilibrium with; counterpoise.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [E·QUIL·I·BRAT·ED, E·QUIL·I·BRAT·ING.]
3.
to be in equilibrium; balance.
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Equilibrate definition, to balance equally; keep in equipoise or equilibrium. See more.

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Equilibration definition, to balance equally; keep in equipoise or equilibrium. See more.

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When carbon dioxide is added to the atmosphere, it takes decades—in a technical sense, millennia—for the earth to equilibrate. The New YorkerOct 16, 2016.

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equilibrate meaning, definition, what is equilibrate: to achieve equilibrium (= a state of balance) or to bring something into equilibrium: . Learn more.

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to bring into or be in equilibrium; balance or counterbalance. Origin of equilibrate. ; from Late Latin aequilibratus, in equilibrium, level, past participle of an ...