equaliser
equaliser equaliser n. 1. (Electronics) an electronic circuit which reduces frequency distortion.

Syn: equalizer. [WordNet 1.5]

2. an equivalent counterbalancing weight.

Syn: counterweight, counterbalance, counterpoise, balance, equalizer. [WordNet 1.5]


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  • equaliser — (Brit.) n. one who equalizes; one who makes uniform; something that has an equalizing influence; (Electronics) electronic device that adjusts frequency distortion; (Slang used in Canada and the USA) gun, weapon; (British Slang) goal that evens… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • equaliser — British variant of equalizer …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Equaliser — gun …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • equaliser — Australian Slang gun …   English dialects glossary

  • equaliser — see equalizer …   English dictionary

  • equaliser — UK [ˈiːkwəlaɪzə(r)] / US [ˈɪkwəˌlaɪzər] a British spelling of equalizer …   English dictionary

  • equaliser — /ˈikwəlaɪzə/ (say eekwuhluyzuh) noun 1. someone or something that equalises. 2. Sport a goal, etc., that levels the score in a game. 3. any of various devices or appliances for equalising strains, pressures, etc. 4. an electrical connection… …   Australian English dictionary

  • equaliser — noun 1. electronic equipment that reduces frequency distortion • Syn: ↑equalizer • Hypernyms: ↑electronic equipment 2. a weight that balances another weight • Syn: ↑counterweight, ↑counterbalance, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Equaliser (mathematics) — This article is about equalisers in mathematics. For other meanings, see Equalizer (disambiguation). In mathematics, an equaliser, or equalizer, is a set of arguments where two or more functions have equal values. An equaliser is the solution set …   Wikipedia

  • Equaliser (sports) — An equaliser is a term used in football (soccer) and ice hockey to describe a goal scored by one particular team that ties the game.For example, if Team A is winning 1 0 against Team B, but then Team B scores and makes the match 1 1, then that… …   Wikipedia

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