Advanced English Dictionary
(with sth) (for sth)
1 [VN] to provide yourself/sb/sth with the things that are needed for a particular purpose or activity: to be fully / specially / poorly equipped + She got a bank loan to rent and equip a small workshop. + He equipped himself with a street plan. + The centre is well equipped for canoeing and mountaineering.
2 to prepare sb for an activity or task, especially by teaching them what they need to know: [VN] The course is designed to equip students for a career in nursing. [also VN to inf]
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