Equip [verb]

Definition of Equip:

make ready with supplies

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Sentence/Example of Equip:

Each cabinet holds A4 Hanging Files, and come equipped with key lock systems.

The moment when cybersecurity experts would have to worry about quantum computer-equipped hackers seemed a long way off—at least a quarter century by some estimates—and there were far more pressing threats.

This tube is equipped with three EVA foam seating pads, neoprene handles, and a “kwik-connect” system for an easy hook-up.

The answer is to fund their training and make sure that they are equipped with the things that they need to be able to handle situations in a better way.

If we hope to change this cycle, we must equip ourselves with the tools to do so.

Target in recent years has spent billions to equip stores to ship online orders or make it easier to have shoppers come and retrieve them.

The bigger businesses with more cash on hand would be better equipped to eat any additional fees.

Much of that increase has been driven by parents looking to better equip their kids for remote learning.

If you have content to test, use PPC ads, and equip them with the keywords.

It’s no secret that you can’t run an effective content marketing team if you don’t equip them with the tools they need to succeed.