Production costs for the movie equated to around 30% of income.
Politics cannot be equated with art.
You can't equate his poems with his plays.
You can’t equate passing examination and being intelligent.
Do my qualifications equate to any in your country?
"Nowadays, many people equate passing examinations with being educated."
He equates success with material wealth.
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You equated my spirituality with a belief in Santa Claus.
It's a mistake to equate wealth with happiness.
So I equated, like, some old white men with beards and stuff—and some women, too.
The Mongols themselves equated the color gold with the direction west hence the term golden.
Results showed that the cyclists did not experience body changes usually equated with a normal aging process.
And I... I wish I didn't... equate you with him.
我… … 我真希望我没有… … 将你和他联系起来。
Are you equating forgetting our anniversary with cheating on me?
That equated to more than $1,000 for every staff member being taught, according to a survey by Training magazine.
But he could not equate this with what his reason told him.
Which element of leadership does that equate to? Engaging the greatness in others.
Many of us equate " commitment" with such " caring" occupations as teaching and nursing.
我们很多人把 “奉献” 等同于那些 “照顾别人” 的职业比如教师和护士。
Even investment banker Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein has warned not to " equate money with happiness" .
People tend to equate it with laziness, which is passive and suggests apathy and an unwillingness to do anything.
We can piece apart a smell with chemical instruments, but that doesn't equate to the experience of the smell.
The group's National Legal Director David Cole said, " The government cannot equate speech criticizing Israel with unlawful discrimination" .
I think he equates being business-like with being mean.
Oh, come on, you can't equate this with football.
Furthermore, executives should stop equating the work ethic with the practice of working long hours. Work should not be frantic.
The heart, for example, was equated to a pump, because it circulated blood throughout the body and maintained our innate life force.
Max, are you trying to equate a person's love with a cat's love?