- UK [ɪˈkweɪt] / US [ɪˈkˌweɪt]
Word forms "equate":
present tense I/you/we/they equate he/she/it equates present participle equating past tense equated past participle equated1) [transitive] to consider something to be the same as something elseequate something with/to something:equate something and something:
These people seem to equate honesty with weakness.
Don't make the mistake of equating high test scores and intelligence.2) [intransitive] to be the same as somethingequate with/to:
Market rates don't always equate with reasonable prices.
English dictionary. 2014.