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correlate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorrelatecor‧rel‧ate1 /ˈkɒrəleɪt $ ˈkɔː-, ˈkɑː-/ ●○○ verb [intransitive, transitive] 🔊 🔊 CONNECTED WITHif two or more facts, ideas etc correlate or if you correlate them, they are closely connected to each other or one causes the othercorrelate with 🔊 Poverty and poor housing correlate with a shorter life expectancy.correlate strongly/significantly/closely 🔊 Lack of prenatal care correlates strongly with premature birth.→ See Verb table
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correlateNewspaper accounts and official reports from both sides correlated substantially.Electricity sales are closely correlated to economic growth.In some way, mutations must correlate to produce an overall advantage for an organism as a whole.Serum gastrin concentrations did not correlate well with changes in the endocrine cell density.Blood flow was not significantly correlated with age or length of time since surgery in any of the groups.This assertion leads directly to the proposition that money national income and the nominal money supply must be directly correlated with each other.Most, but not all, of these grammatical differences are correlated with semantic differences.correlate strongly/significantly/closelyIn our studies pepsin output correlated closely with acid output.Membranous expression of pre-S1 and pre-S2 correlated significantly with active hepatitis B virus replication.Data in the Table show that the scan score correlated significantly with all laboratory measurements except the erythrocyte sedimentation rate.Factors which correlate strongly with autonomy are: Strong goal orientation, even to the point of creating unnecessary hurdles.
correlatecor‧re‧late2 /ˈkɒrələt $ ˈkɔː-, ˈkɑː-/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 CONNECTED WITHeither of two things that correlate with each other
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correlateLesbianism, too, is often described as a correlate of biology.According to Goodwin, whose work I have referred to already, this difference has linguistic correlates.So there are some linguistic correlates that go with these particular units as we would expect since this is a variation analysis.Death is the correlate of life.
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Verb table
correlate
Simple Form
Present
theycorrelate
itcorrelates
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Past
it, theycorrelated
Present perfect
theyhave correlated
ithas correlated
Past perfect
it, theyhad correlated
Future
it, theywill correlate
Future perfect
it, theywill have correlated
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Continuous Form
Present
theyare correlating
itis correlating
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Past
theywere correlating
itwas correlating
Present perfect
theyhave been correlating
ithas been correlating
Past perfect
it, theyhad been correlating
Future
it, theywill be correlating
Future perfect
it, theywill have been correlating
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