Agrees that illegal immigrants could be equated with ‘biological weapons’
The reflection she sees is slimmer and more beautiful, thus her ego is equated to the potent drug.
Traditionally, alliances have equated to binary public-private partnerships.
But when he equated the decline of white America with the rise of government dependence, he went off the hinges.
In seeking to prevent embarrassment to the bureau, he equated the bureau with himself.
Epine, the French for thorn, is ultimately akin to Hobany, and hip may evidently be equated with the friendly Hob.
It seems clear that Satyagraha cannot be equated with Christian pacifism.
We are entitled to ask several questions before the one can be equated with the other.
Indeed, thinkers wiser than myself have equated the whole upward course of culture with this poignant quest.
There is no doubt that at the time of Domesday the hide was equated with 120 and not with 30 acres.
early 15c., from Latin aequatus "level, levelled, even," past participle of aequare "make even or uniform, make equal," from aequus "level, even, equal" (see equal (adj.)). Earliest use in English was of astrological calculation, then "to make equal;" meaning "to regard as equal" is early 19c. Related: Equated; equating.