Louise N. Smith
a)It means the same thing as something greater. Used as another form of equivalent. i.e. - equivalent to superlative
b)Used commonly to prove someone else wrong.
"That's the equilative of what I just said."
"What is the metric equilative to the 2.75X10?"
"My brother just proved me wrong. His statement was not equilative to mine."
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