Translation of equitable in Spanish:


equitativo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɛkwədəb(ə)l/ /ˈɛkwɪtəb(ə)l/

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    • To be negotiable and have legitimacy, commitments generally need to be perceived to be reasonably fair and equitable.
    • The differential rates system was introduced at the start of this financial year to make rates fair and equitable.
    • We must all be vigilant before our fair and equitable system of health provision is dismantled before our eyes.
    • We wanted to come up with a fair, equitable and easy way to reward bloggers for their writing.
    • I've always made the case that we should not get more than Irish, that would not be fair or equitable.
    • Secondly, I cannot imagine how it could be streamlined in a fair and equitable manner.
    • The needs of the elderly and their carers must be addressed if we are to have a fair and equitable society.
    • Many now wished to return and it was fair and equitable that they should be assisted by the state.
    • He called for a fairer and more equitable funding formula to be introduced.
    • All anyone can ask for is fair and equitable treatment under the law, and that's what we are not getting.
    • Churchill was right to say that a fair and equitable penal system lies at the heart of a healthy civilisation.
    • The basis of good governance is fair and equitable representation of all stakeholders.
    • Do we feel our present taxation system is fair and equitable?
    • They are expected to protect all the athletes and to ensure fair and equitable competition.
    • The new programme will be based on clear rules and criteria, ensuring that access is fair and equitable.
    • But this case must be the most flagrant disregard for what is supposed to be a fair and equitable system we have seen.
    • If sacrifice is called for then fair and equitable treatment must be the order of the day.
    • Emphasis on equitable distribution would truly alleviate the crime situation.
    • There was still a long way to go towards, among other things, an equitable distribution of skills.
    • Economic growth was important, but so too was the equitable distribution of wealth.