equaliser

[ UK /ˈiːkwəlˌa‍ɪzɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a weight that balances another weight
  2. electronic equipment that reduces frequency distortion
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How To Use equaliser In A Sentence

  • True, their equaliser was somewhat fortuitous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ks still tried to get an equaliser and there was a big shout for handball against Mangdoza from Lee's free kick.
  • Defoe set up Cole for the second equaliser before scoring the winner.
  • Stunning winner after cool finish for equaliser. The Sun
  • But as the game's tempo reached fever pitch, Saunders squandered a golden opportunity to grab an equaliser.
  • T-Qualizer t-shirts, also known as equalizer shirts, use paper-thin electroluminescent technology powered by a small battery pack to illuminate and flash along to the beat of any music playing nearby. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • You can also adjust three bars, like a graphic equaliser, controlling how recently the page was updated, how popular the site is and whether it is an exact or approximate word match.
  • Yet they fought hard, striving for an equaliser. Times, Sunday Times
  • However real channels are generally non - minimum phase systems, baud - spaced equalizers exhibit poor performance under this circumstance.
  • The answer is the great equalizer of the modern democratic society, and I'm writing on it this very instant.
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