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- UK [ˌkɒrɪˈspɒnd] / US [ˌkɔrəˈspɑnd]
Word forms "correspond":
present tense I/you/we/they correspond he/she/it corresponds present participle corresponding past tense corresponded past participle corresponded1)a) to be the same as something else, or very much like itcorrespond with:
If their statements correspond, we'll have no trouble.correspond to:
The statistics do not correspond with our own experience.closely correspond:
In 60% of the patients, all symptoms corresponded to what we expected.
This closely corresponds to the wording of the existing law.b) used about something in a different country or system that is very much like something in yoursroughly correspond (= not be exactly the same):
His first post was as an Associate Professor, which roughly corresponds to Lecturer here.2)a) to be connected or related to somethingcorrespond to:correspond with:
In machine code, one instruction corresponds directly to one operation of the computer.
The timing of the gift closely corresponded with Robert's return from Italy.b) used about objects that are put together or attachedcorrespond with:
These metal loops should be spaced to correspond with the curtain hooks.3) formal if two people correspond, they regularly write letters to each othercorrespond with:
He corresponded with leading European scholars.
English dictionary. 2014.