Definition of 'equate'
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How could he equate the presence of the `Night Watch" to the door takings? ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (2002)It was hard to equate a word as active as `trying' with this passive creature. LOSING IT (2002)And Rosa's attempt to equate his loss with what she felt when one of her brats had to be put out of its misery made him sick to his stomach. SACRAMENT (2002)
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In Common Usage. equate is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'equate'
British English: equate VERB
If you equate one thing with another, or if you say that one thing equates with another, you believe that they are strongly connected.
I'm always wary of men wearing suits, as I equate this with power and authority.
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