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Equivalence


EQUIV'ALENCE, noun [Latin oequus, equal, and valens, from valeo, to be worth.]

1. Equality of value; equal value or worth. Take the goods and give an equivalence in corn.

2. Equal power or force. [To equivalence a verb, used by Brown, has not gained currency.]