سوى, عدل, وازن
Verb(1) consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous(2) be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics(3) make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching
(1) the level of prices will move to equate supply and demand(2) Those who equate hunting foxes with abusing children reduce humanity to the moral equivalent of mice.(3) The cave dwellers equate the shadows with reality, naming them, talking about them, and even linking sounds from outside the cave with the movements on the wall.(4) Another way of cutting back your spending is to equate the cost with the amount of time you'll have to work to pay for it.(5) Over the years, people have come to equate his name with evil.(6) customers equate their name with quality(7) In the world where we live, the here and now, money equates to power, especially in the political arena.(8) There are some talented people that are equatable .(9) A lower percentage saving of 32 per cent, equating to Ôö¼├║111,655, can be made by buying a four bedroom detached house.(10) Vehicle crime has dropped by 2.5 per cent, meaning 64 fewer victims in the past seven months, and domestic burglary has fallen by 10 per cent, equating to 137 fewer victims.(11) Unions say the latest offer is a complex deal under which all workers would receive a lump sum in December equating to a 2.7 per cent rise for the six month-period from April to September.(12) They add that this would equate to the equivalent output of ├ö├ç├┐two average power stations├ö├ç├û.(13) This equates to more than 50 per cent more listeners than any comparable international broadcaster.(14) A recently published independent study by the National Institute of Transport and Logistics found 157 trucks each day would be unable to use the tunnel - equating to 1.74 per cent - based on a study of all four gates at Dublin Port.(15) Branding means equating your name to a certain topic, product, or service.(16) Equating supply and demand is a double-edged sword.
(1) equate :: مساواة
1. identify ::
2. correspond ::
3. equalize ::
4. liken ::
1. contrast ::
Different Formsequate, equated, equates, equating
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