|Origin:||correspondre, from Medieval Latin, from Latin com- ( COM-) + respondere ( RESPOND)|
if two things or ideas correspond, the parts or information in one relate to the parts or information in the other:
The two halves of the document did not correspond.
The numbers correspond to points on the map.
to be very similar to or the same as something else
correspond closely/exactly/precisely to something
The description of these events corresponds closely to other accounts written at the time.
to write letters to someone and receive letters from them:
For the next three years they corresponded regularly.
She stopped corresponding with him after the death of her mother.