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use "equate" in a sentence

Those chores equate to a lot of work before any real value is reached.

That’s not going to equate to the quality sleep you need, Winter says.

To equate current conditions to the square of 25 years ago is preposterous.

“I’d equate it to a Super Bowl and Hurricane Sandy rolled into one,” Cowan said.

And while some may equate confidence with accomplishment, it's no guarantee of future success.

These experiences lead many to equate the NYPD with greater danger, rather than greater safety.”

Just because local energy prices may be lower, however, that doesn't always equate to lower costs.

But we cannot equate progress with success, particularly given how tenuous the progress is.

To do so, Hardisky said, would equate to removing flood control measures and reversing water quality.

Find someone who believes that all people should be treated as equals. equate

The President seems to equate all economic growth with improvement in society, whereas some opponents feel that growth is not beneficial if it doesn't include respect for the environment.

You can't always equate success with how much money a person has. There's more to life than that.

This is a rare term, but probably does equate to castrato.

My grandparents equate rock 'n' roll music with sex and drugs.

People don't always equate their purchases of cheap goods with the continued exploitation of those workers who produce them.

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