equate in a sentence

Freedom is usually equated with doing whatever you like.

The World Trade Center will be forever equated with the terrible images of 9/11.

The African continent is often equated with images of starving children, but many of the people there live quite comfortably.

These ads equated women’s liberation with addiction, Kilbourne said.

He equated his victory with the populist campaigns of Trump and Sanders.

It said the move equated to NT$70 million of taxpayers’ money being wasted.

Carson has been vocal about his anti-abortion position for years and has equated abortion to slavery.