equipage equipage


  1. (n) equipment and supplies of a military force
  2. (n) a vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses



  1. Helped by this haughty equipage, he coaxed from Lord Lister, the pioneer of antiseptic surgery, the right to christen the new formula with the great man's name.
  2. The equipage was that of Gustaf V, King of the Swedes.
  3. We must change our habits, our prejudices, our palates, our taste in dress, furniture, equipage, architecture, etc.


  • NavWorx ADS600-B Receives TSO

    The ADS600-B meets the FAA's 2020 mandate for ADS-B equipage in all aircraft operating in U.S. airspace where a transponder is now required.
    on July 27, 2013     Source: Aircraft Maintenance Technology


  • The panorama appears little changed since Sir Walter Scott wrote in 1818, "The equipage stopped on a commanding eminence, where beauty of the English countryside was displayed in the utmost luxuriance. . . . The Thames, here turreted with villas and...
    on Apr 17, 2010 By: Walter Scott Source: Boston Globe

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