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3. Change in meaning with Preposition Part 2

At the end(at the physical end; at the end point) In the end (finally) Equivalent (adjective) to: same as, equal to: If you take all perks, incentives and bonus into account, cost to the company is equivalent to Rupees 200,000 per month. the Equivalent (noun) of: same amount of : My starting salary was Rupees 18000 which is the equivalent of Rupees 80000 today; The Reserve bank of India is the Indian equivalent of Bank of England.

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