English (US)

You might mean:

"The pillars are all the same height."

Or

"The pillars are equal distances from each other."

There are multiple other ways to phrase both of these, which I can do if you'd like.

"The pillars are all the same height."

Or

"The pillars are equal distances from each other."

There are multiple other ways to phrase both of these, which I can do if you'd like.

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Turkish

@creaston Please do it if it does not bother you. Thanks.

English (US)

Here are some.

"The pillars are all the same height":

-"all the pillars are the same heights (as each other/one another)"

-"all of the the pillars are as tall as each other."

"The pillars are equal distances from each other":

-"the pillars are spaced evenly/equally."

-"The pillars are evenly/equally spaced."

Does this help?

"The pillars are all the same height":

-"all the pillars are the same heights (as each other/one another)"

-"all of the the pillars are as tall as each other."

"The pillars are equal distances from each other":

-"the pillars are spaced evenly/equally."

-"The pillars are evenly/equally spaced."

Does this help?

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