Noun(1) either of two or more related or complementary variables
Adjective(1) mutually related(2) expressing a reciprocal or complementary relation
(1) Does a right always involve a correlative duty?(2) At best it seems to be a correlative relationship, and that should not provide justification for censorship.(3) This is not a claim-right, because it involves no correlative duty.(4) But when a duty of this kind is imposed for the benefit of particular persons, there arises at common law a correlative right in those persons who may be injured by its contravention.(5) To explore possible correlative effects among physiological and growth traits, we conducted two separate analyses of covariance, using the main effects of treatment and species.(6) Although both mind and the sensory faculty receive their correlative forms when perceiving or thinking, neither is wholly passive in its defining activity.(7) The conception and the method are intimately correlative .(8) Of course, a problem with correlative studies such as the present one is that the probability of detecting reproductive costs based on natural variation is low, if individuals adjust reproductive effort to environmental conditions.(9) These are not merely correlative pairs; they are ranked pairs in which the first item is taken to be naturally superior to the second.(10) Although gold has long been viewed as the correlative of a weaker dollar, we have always felt that its long term viability as a genuine safe haven alternative rested on a broadening loss of confidence in paper currencies in general.(11) To find out how his intervention affected individuals, he substituted a correlative design for a study of 22 patients with various kinds of supposedly incurable cancer.(12) If the tragedy of the poem consists in Prufrock's fear of and failure to risk vulnerability, these lines configure that fear with a precise correlative for paralysis.(13) In order to determine the causative or correlative relationships between chemicals and a toxic effect, laboratory and reporting procedures require clear experimentation.(14) That is there is a tendency to misspecify the contingent nature of at least some spatial relations as necessary aspects of the social relations with which they are correlative .(15) For him, one feels, the kitsch motif is first and last an occasion for pictorial experiment, as well as being a perfect correlative for the gratuitous choice to paint in the 21st century.(16) In short a correlative relationship developed between capital and alternative cultural formations.
(1) objective correlative :: objektiv korrelativ
2. correlate ::
3. correlate ::
Different Formscorrelative, correlatives
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