动词过去式:equated 过去分词:equated 现在分词:equating 第三人称单数:equates
v [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sth (to/with sth) consider sth as equal or equivalent (to sth else) 认为某事物（与另一事物）相等或相仿
*You can't equate the education system of Britain to that of Germany. 不能把英国教育制度与德国教育制度等同起来.
* He equates poverty with misery. 他认为贫穷就是不幸.
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: , past participle of aequare 'to make equal', from aequus; EQUAL1]
to consider that two things are similar or connected
equate sth with sth
Most people equate wealth with success.
equate to [equate to sth] phr v
to be equal to something
a rate of pay which equates to £6 per hour
1. They equate self-worth and success with hard work. 他们把自我价值和成功与拼命工作紧密相连。