transitive verb
1. (to compare; used with "with") 
a. equiparar 
People tend to equate intelligence with knowledge, and they are very different things.La gente tiende a equiparar inteligencia y conocimiento, y son cosas muy diferentes.
b. identificar 
The media equated the candidate's statements with those of a dictator.Los medios de comunicación identificaron las declaraciones del candidato con las de un dictador.
intransitive verb
2. (to make equal; used with "to") 
a. equivaler a 
Being on the best seller list does not automatically equate to being good literature.Estar en la lista de los best sellers no equivale automáticamente a ser buena literatura.
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. equiparar 
equate [ɪˈkweɪt]
transitive verb
1 (compare) equiparar;to, with con; (link) identificar;to, with con
The author doesn't equate liberalism and conservatism You can't equate Eliot with Shakespeare to equate black with mourning I'm wary of men wearing suits as I equate this with power and authority ...a metaphor in which a computer-generated model is equated to a living being
2 (Mat) poner en ecuación
intransitive verb
to equate to equivaler a
The principle of hierachy does not equate to totalitarian terror For Claire, power will always equate to money and status Cheapness does not equate to value
Verb Conjugations for equiparar
Gerund: equiparando
Participle: equiparado
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