= neck and neck. Ex: In recent months, DC has continued to close the gap, and the two leaders are now virtually neck and neck = En los últimos meses, DC ha continuado acortando distancias y ahora los dos líderes van bastante parejos. (v.) = equal ; equate (with/to) ; level ; place + Nombre + on the same footing as ; equalise [equalize, -USA] ; equalise [equalize, -USA]. Ex: Wilson charge a flat one-time fee for backfiles of each data base which equals a one-year subscription to that file. Ex: These new symbols can be equated with the symbols 'x' and 'xx' that are used currently in many authority listings to convey the same meaning. Ex: Academic librarians have seen their budgets levelled and shrinking and have witnessed serials prices spiralling out of control. Ex: The programme promotes the true integration of librarians into clinical teams and places them on the same footing as case workers, nutritionists and pharmacists. Ex: Ronaldo wasted a golden chance to equalise with a header that went wide. Ex: Ears can continue to feel blocked even after landing if the pressure in the middle ear has failed to equalise. ---- * igualar a = bring + Nombre + to a par with. * igualar las condiciones para todos = level + the playing field.