に相当する [にそうとうする] (nisoutousuru)
Example: this is equivalent to that
JLPT Level: 1
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|noun+ni soutou suru|
There is no English equivalent for this Japanese
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|dc||there seem to be other variations too, perhaps these are more specific |
touka might mean as in an equivalent value (価格 kakaku = unit price) ?
|dc||sorenihitoshii is a more conversational way of saying equivalent|| |
|bamboo4||等価 is often a mathematic terminology or something of equivalent value.|
同等 is often used to "something that can be substituted, e.g., 一等賞または同等品=The first prize or a substitute.
均等 is often used to indicate substantive equivalence in terms of purpose, use, characteristics, etc. 均等論=Theory of equivalents, often used in patent infringement cases.
|dc||why is this not 相当している - eg the thing is -still- equivalent ?|| |
|bamboo4||The English version of #1237 should be corrected to read: There is no English equivalent for this Japanese.|
In #3618, 足 shold be corrected to read 手.
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