Adjective "equip" definition and examples

(Equip may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ɪˈkwɪp/

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Definitions and examples

verb

Supply with the necessary items for a particular purpose.
  1. 'they equipped themselves for the campaign'
  2. 'The system is equipped with a global positioning system to provide its location.'
  3. 'The centre is also equipped with the latest medical advancements and technology.'
  4. 'Seniors will have their own suites that are equipped with a bathroom and small kitchen.'
  5. 'Roots are fully equipped with all the enzymes and precursors that synthesize ABA.'
  6. 'It's a slight advantage if the rod is equipped with a roller eye, but not necessary.'
  7. 'He was amazed that his father had set up a suite just for Kate, fully equipped for all her needs.'
  8. 'The separate large diving deck is equipped with a full range of latest gear and includes nitrox facilities.'
  9. 'Also, when I buy a car it is fully equipped with lights, reflectors and so forth, but a bike is usually not.'
  10. 'The aft deck is admirably equipped for divers, especially underwater photographers.'
  11. 'Each has a number of rooms with bunk beds, fully equipped kitchens and a hall, as well as radiator heating and a toilet.'
  12. 'If schools fail to equip these young people so they leave schools unable to even complete an application form for a job, how are they going to survive?'
  13. 'We need to look at what we can do to equip people for work using the present system.'
  14. 'The facilitation work which it operates with local community groups equips people with skills and confidence to conduct research and to publish their own community histories.'
  15. 'She also considers cooking to be a vital skill that will equip young people to make good decisions later in life.'
  16. 'We must offer training to equip people with the skills that are needed in York.'
  17. 'People often wonder how difficult this is but our training equips us with the skills to look at the situation in an impartial way.'
  18. 'And his enthusiasm and knowledge of sport, particularly football, equip him well for the task.'
  19. 'I am very concerned that we are not equipping our young people with the skills which will be needed in the future.'
  20. 'The oil poured on David's head by Samuel became a vehicle through which the blessing of the Holy Spirit was released in his life to equip him for his task as king.'
  21. 'To ensure they're prepared for that future, educators need to equip students with the proper skills.'

More definitions

1. to furnish or provide with whatever is needed for use or for any undertaking; fit out, as a ship or army: They spent several thousand dollars to equip their boat.

2. to dress; array: He equipped himself in all his finery.

3. to furnish with intellectual or emotional resources; prepare: Education and travel have equipped her to deal with all sorts of people.

More examples(as adjective)

"parents can be equip with manners."

"bedrooms can be equip with bathrooms."

"bedrooms can be equip."

"students can be equip."

"parents can be equip."

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Origin

Early 16th century: from French équiper, probably from Old Norse skipa ‘to man (a ship)’, from skip ‘ship’.