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Definition of equate:

  1. To reduce to an average or to a common standard, as in questions of time to some common and convenient epoch.

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Examples of usage for equate:

  1. Time and space began to equate with an exciting synonymity. – The Instant of Now by Irving E. Cox, Jr.
  2. To what you call the hag- ridden moron jittering out of sight in your mind, so many things equate to a threat to survival. – The Short Life by Francis Donovan
  3. Most students of hypnosis equate the phenomenon of amnesia with the somnambulistic state. – A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis by Melvin Powers

Quotes for equate:

  1. I get constant reminders from fans who equate that game and my career as one and the same.
  2. I'm glad movies aren't going to please everybody, they can't. But what they have to be is recognisable. I don't equate myself with a master painter, but I think you can recognise my films.
  3. I'm not so sure that people consider homelessness to be as important as, say, the Vietnam War. One should never even try to equate them because, of course, they're tragedies on both sides of the coin.
  4. I equate fame towards people who know your work, people who will see your work. But all that stuff, like with the Genies and stuff like that, it was so much fun. It's so much fun and it's nice when it comes, but that's not what it's all about.
  5. If you could equate the amount of time and effort put in mentally and physically into succeeding on the baseball field and measured it by the dirt on your uniform, mine would have been black.