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Meanings of Correlations:

noun

A mutual relationship or connection between two or more things.

Usage examples:

Research showed a clear correlation between recession and levels of property crime

Correlative

kəˈrel.ə.tɪv

Meanings of Correlative:

adjective

Having a mutual relationship; corresponding.

Usage examples:

Rights, whether moral or legal, can involve correlative duties
noun

A word or concept that has a mutual relationship with another word or concept.

Usage examples:

The child's right to education is a correlative of the parent's duty to send the child to school

Correlatives

kəˈrɛlətɪv

Meanings of Correlatives:

noun

A word or concept that has a mutual relationship with another word or concept.

Usage examples:

The child's right to education is a correlative of the parent's duty to send the child to school
adjective

Having a mutual relationship; corresponding.

Usage examples:

Rights, whether moral or legal, can involve correlative duties

Correspond

ˌkɒr.ɪˈspɒnd

Meanings of Correspond:

verb

Have a close similarity; match or agree almost exactly.

Usage examples:

The carved heads described in the poem correspond to a drawing of edgcote house

Correspond-to

ˌkɒr.ɪˈspɒnd

Meanings of Correspond-to:

verb

To be similar or the same in some way

Usage examples:

Her version of that meeting does not correspond with what i remember (= i remember it differently).…

Meanings of Corresponded:

verb

Communicate by exchanging letters, emails, or other messages.

Usage examples:

Margaret corresponded with him until his death

Correspondence

ˌkɒr.ɪˈspɒn.dəns

Meanings of Correspondence:

noun

A close similarity, connection, or equivalence.

Usage examples:

There is a simple correspondence between the distance of a focused object from the eye and the size…

Meanings of Correspondencies:

noun

A close similarity, connection, or equivalence.

Usage examples:

The harmony and correspondency that is between the old creation and the new

Correspondency

kɒrɪˈspɒndənsi

Meanings of Correspondency:

noun

A close similarity, connection, or equivalence.

Usage examples:

The harmony and correspondency that is between the old creation and the new

Correspondents

kɒrɪˈspɒnd(ə)nt

Meanings of Correspondents:

noun

A person who writes letters on a regular basis.

Usage examples:

She wasn't much of a correspondent
adjective

Corresponding.

Usage examples:

However, correspondent payment can involve payment between two banks in the same jurisdiction, if p…

Meanings of Correspondingly:

adverb

In an analogous or equivalent way.

Usage examples:

It has fewer problems and correspondingly requires less maintenance

Corresponds

ˌkɒr.ɪˈspɒnd

Meanings of Corresponds:

verb

Have a close similarity; match or agree almost exactly.

Usage examples:

The carved heads described in the poem correspond to a drawing of edgcote house

Corrida

kɒrˈiː.də

Meanings of Corrida:

noun

A bullfight.

Usage examples:

Or if you were lucky enough to come from a rich bullfighting family, the corridas were waiting for …

Corridas

kɒˈriːdə

Meanings of Corridas:

noun

A bullfight.

Usage examples:

Or if you were lucky enough to come from a rich bullfighting family, the corridas were waiting for …

Meanings of Corrido:

noun

A ballad in a traditional mexican style, typically having lyrics that narrate a historical event.

Usage examples:

Several corridos devoted to the tragedy were composed

Corridor

ˈkɒr.ɪ.dɔːr

Meanings of Corridor:

noun

A long passage in a building from which doors lead into rooms.

Usage examples:

His room lay at the very end of the corridor

Corridors

ˈkɒr.ɪ.dɔːr

Meanings of Corridors:

noun

A long passage in a building from which doors lead into rooms.

Usage examples:

His room lay at the very end of the corridor

Meanings of Corridors-of-power:

idiom

The higher levels of government where the most important decisions are made

Corriedale

ˈkɒrɪdeɪl

Meanings of Corriedale:

noun

A sheep of a new zealand breed kept for both wool and meat.

Usage examples:

He bought a farm of his own in north canterbury and in 1878 or 1879 established his own stud flock …

Corries

ˈkɒri

Meanings of Corries:

noun

(especially in scotland) a steep-sided hollow at the head of a valley or on a mountainside; a cirque.

Usage examples:

The features typically have their heads in corries in which there may be a small glacier, but this …

Corrigenda

ˌkɒrɪˈdʒɛndəm

Meanings of Corrigenda:

noun

A thing to be corrected, typically an error in a printed book.

Usage examples:

The 1980-84 cumulation contains corrigenda which are not included in the annual volumes

Plural of corrigendum specialized

Corrigendum

ˌkɒ.rɪˈdʒen.dəm

Meanings of Corrigendum:

noun

A thing to be corrected, typically an error in a printed book.

Usage examples:

The 1980-84 cumulation contains corrigenda which are not included in the annual volumes

Corrigible

ˈkɒrɪdʒɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Corrigible:

adjective

Capable of being corrected, rectified, or reformed.

Usage examples:

In all such cases, i will argue, political discrimination can be understood in terms of certain cor…

Corrival

kəˈrʌɪv(ə)l

Meanings of Corrival:

noun

One of several competitors having an equal claim to someone or something, especially a rival suitor.

Usage examples:

He doth suspect corrivals in his love

Corrivals

kəˈrʌɪv(ə)l

Meanings of Corrivals:

noun

One of several competitors having an equal claim to someone or something, especially a rival suitor.

Usage examples:

He doth suspect corrivals in his love

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