Definition of Coequate

1. to equate with something else [v -QUATED, -QUATING, -QUATES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coequate

coenzyme M
coenzyme M-7-merceptoheptanoylthreonine-phosphate-heterodisulfide hydrogenase
coenzyme Q
coenzyme R
coenzyme a-transferases
coenzyme a ligases
coenzyme factor
coenzyme q10
coenzymes
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coequalities
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coequalness
coequals
coequate (current term)
coequated
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coerced
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coercers
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coercible
coercibleness
coercibly
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coercion

Literary usage of Coequate

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1. The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical by Alexander Chalmers (1817)
"... resolving what has been commonly called Kepler's problem, in which the coequate anomaly was to be immediately investigated from the mean elliptic one. ..."

2. The Elements of Astronomy, Physical and Geometrical by David Gregory (1715)
"... and Radius SL that carries the Pla- let, is called the coequate or True Anomaly. For it s proper that the Cultivators of a ..."

3. The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical by Alexander Chalmers (1813)
"... and be accounted no more than a correction of an approximation to the true system: For by this means we are enabled to gather the coequate anomaly a ..."

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