Some articles on roughly equivalent, roughly:
... floats, meaning that the electoral population of a Māori seat can remain roughly equivalent to that of a general seat ... The 2002 and 2005 elections had seven Ikaroa-Rāwhiti Tainui Tāmaki Makaurau (roughly equivalent to greater Auckland) Te Tai Hauāuru Te Tai Tokerau Te Tai Tonga Waiariki The 2008 and 2011 elections ...
... General admiral (German Navy) Air general and aviation general (Chilean Air Force roughly equivalent to air chief marshal and air vice-marshal respectively) Wing ...
... Tanakh (Hebrew Bible), Parshah Shoftim has four "open portion" (פתוחה, petuchah) divisions (roughly equivalent to paragraphs, often abbreviated with the Hebrew letter פ (peh), roughly ... with the Hebrew letter ס (samekh), roughly equivalent to the English letter "S") within the open portion (פתוחה, petuchah) divisions ...
... Chinese 雞雞/鷄鷄, IM JJ/GG) = roughly equivalent of "thingy" as it is the childish version of the above ... xiǎo dìdì (小弟弟) = roughly equivalent of "wee-wee" (lit ... younger brother") IM DD kuàxià wù (胯下物) = roughly equivalent of "the package" (lit ...
Famous quotes containing the words equivalent and/or roughly:
“When the apple is ripe it will fall.”
An English equivalent to this might be, To everything there is a season.
“With veins rolling roughly over quick hands
They have many clean words to say.
My grandmothers were strong.
Why am I not as they?”
—Margaret Abigail Walker (b. 1915)