Equate [verb]

Definition of Equate:

balance; think of together

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Sentence/Example of Equate:

In August, a statement by National Counterintelligence and Security Center Director William Evanina equated Russia’s interference efforts with those of China’s and Iran’s, and even put the China section first.

The stereotypical nonprofit fundraiser equates to old-fashioned and expensive, with a seat at a table costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars to swig Champagne with the barons of society.

So if a utility produces a million units of energy and emits 500,000 metric tons of carbon emissions in the process at the social cost of $50 per ton, that equates to $25 million more in fees on the power company.

Unfortunately, many business owners only equate their brand to its visual identity, its tagline, and its logo.

Even Vivek Murthy cautions against equating aloneness with loneliness.

All at once every symbol was constant, static and livid upon the screen, enhanced by the words equate—complete—equate—complete.

It is a more serious difficulty that Paul knows of no Longobardic king with a name which we can equate with Sceaf.

Casembe sat before his hut on a equate seat placed on lion and leopard skins.

Thousands of differences perplex the attempt to equate the measure of moral desert to men.

Plato had the ideal of an education which should equate individual realization and social coherency and stability.