Definition of equatable in English:



See equate

  • ‘There are some talented people that are equatable.’
  • ‘It has, to some extent, been reconcentrated in Israel (but cookery in that country is not equatable with Jewish cookery as it comprises other elements also).’
  • ‘There is no question that the West, by an accident of geography the ‘dominant’ culture, is easily equatable with modernity.’
  • ‘That otherness is not and never has been either equatable with or answerable to whiteness.’