Noun(1) either of two or more related or complementary variables
Verb(1) to bear a reciprocal or mutual relation(2) bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation
Adjective(1) mutually related
(1) If blood parasites have a detrimental effect on their hosts, heavy parasite infections will correlate with low host reproductive success.(2) The measure has been found to correlate well with theoretically related variables.(3) A business analyst might correlate information on orders with cost of goods sold in order to understand profit contribution.(4) For example, as universal as preferential exclusion may be for stabilizers, it does not always correlate with effects on protein function.(5) They then use weather rules, such as the following, to correlate these features and establish prediction patterns.(6) we should correlate general trends in public opinion with trends in the content of television news(7) The problem is that water prices do not correlate with relative water scarcity.(8) Members used the forms to report information about issues and correlate it to the appropriate principle of aseptic technique.(9) No dose-response effect was found, since duration of exposure did not correlate well with the severity of lesions.(10) Marital conflict is also reported to correlate highly with concomitant depression.(11) His purpose in these and other investigations was to gather and correlate information that would be useful in improving aircraft safety.(12) They must be reoriented to correlate diverse information flows in a way that focuses on the efficiency with which resources are combined and applied to health outcomes on a daily basis.(13) Two such properties appear to correlate with the effects of the ions.(14) Again, the types of cells affected correlate with the time of overexpression.(15) This response does not correlate with the previous experiment, in which the effect was seen only at the 14-17 days time point.(16) Familiarity was a correlate of relatedness, as is true in nature.
(1) correlate with :: korrelerer med
2. match ::
3. parallel ::
4. agree with ::
5. tally with ::
stemmer overens med
6. tie in with ::
7. be consistent with ::
være i overensstemmelse med
8. be compatible with ::
være forenelig med
9. be consonant with ::
være i overensstemmelse med
12. relate to ::
13. conform to ::
14. square with ::
15. jibe with ::
16. correlative ::
18. correlative ::
Different Formscorrelate, correlated, correlates, correlating
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Correlate to the effect of removal.
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