The charges I shall have to pay to park weekly will equate to almost the equivalent of a year's subscriptions to be a choir member.
In the world where we live, the here and now, money equates to power, especially in the political arena.
The price level - in the longer run - equates the demand for money to the supply.
This equates to more than 50 per cent more listeners than any comparable international broadcaster.
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.
Over the years, people have come to equate his name with evil.
Those who equate hunting foxes with abusing children reduce humanity to the moral equivalent of mice.
The efficient amount of news coverage equates the value of the marginal story with the value of alternative uses of these resources.
As a consumer of chocolate products, your purchases equate to your vote as to how cocoa is cultivated and harvested.
Marketing, unfortunately, has gotten a bad rap throughout the years because people equate it with the slimy hard sell.