Definitions

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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of equate.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • These are the sorts of classes I assume Froomkin equates with a diploma mill tradeschool.

    Discourse.net: Patricia D. White to Be Dean of University of Miami School of Law

  • Stormdrain equates Desiree Rogers leaving as a catastrophe.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 15, 2010

  • The final paper was on metabolism - and even to those who're unfamiliar with the biochemistry behind all the junk, they know that the word equates to memory work, memory work and more memory work.

    teddy-risation™

  • When daily we hear Glenn Beck cry that American mothers won't be able to defend their children, when Bill O'Reilly repeatedly smears George Tiller as "Dr. Death," when Sean Hannity writes a book whose title equates evil with terrorists and liberals, it's no wonder when the divide grows wider because the malevolence feels it is protected.

    Robert J. Elisberg: George W. Bush: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

  • Since Koonin equates ID with proving the existence of unbridgeable gaps, ID is falsified with proper interpretation.

    Again, there is absolutely no teleology involved

  • I don't know why changing your name equates losing a sense of self to people.

    What's In A Name?

  • This statement again equates opposition to policies of the current US administration with anti-Americanism.

    in no way threatening to me

  • Jerry Springer: The Opera, which in its subtitle equates opera with exhibitionism.

    The Guardian World News

  • At its most sophisticated, this new term equates with what Richard Dawkins in his book The Selfish Gene in 1976 called "mimetic warfare," which consists of using mimes or symbols to control a person's or a group's sub-conscious by subliminal suggestion.

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  • A life term equates to 45 years, and a person convicted of murder or assault and battery with a deadly weapon must serve 85 percent - more than 38 years - of prison time imposed before being eligible for parole on that count.

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