correlate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to place or bring into causal, complementary, parallel, or mutual relation.
    • to determine or demonstrate as having a correlation: correlated drug use and criminal activity.
    • to include relation with one another; to connect collectively by the disclosure of a mutual connection.
    • To put or deliver into causal, complementary, parallel, or mutual connection.
    • To establish or demonstrate as having a correlation: correlated drug use and crime.
    • To put in connection with each other; in order to connect collectively because of the disclosure of a mutual connection.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • is related by a correlation.
    • to possess reciprocal or mutual relations; to be mutually related.
    • to-be related by a correlation.
    • to possess mutual or mutual relations; becoming mutually associated.
  • adjective:
    • relevant by a correlation, specifically having corresponding traits.
    • mutually relevant
    • relevant by a correlation, especially having matching qualities.
    • mutually related
  • noun:
    • Either of two correlate entities; a correlative.
    • Either of a pair of things related by a correlation; a correlative
    • One who, or whatever, appears in a reciprocal relation to something different, as daddy to son; a correlative.
    • the 2nd term of a relation; that to which some thing, termed the relate, is related in just about any given way. Thus, son or daughter is the correlate, inside relation at paternity, to father as relate.
    • either of two or more associated or complementary variables
    • Either of two correlate entities; a correlative.
    • Either of a couple of things related by a correlation; a correlative
    • person who, or what, stands in a reciprocal regards to something else, as dad to boy; a correlative.
    • The second term of a relation; that to which one thing, termed the relate, is related in virtually any offered method. Hence, kid is the correlate, in the relation at paternity, to father as relate.
    • either of a couple of relevant or complementary factors
  • verb:
    • evaluate things and deliver all of them into a relation having corresponding faculties
    • becoming relevant by a correlation
    • to keep a reciprocal or mutual connection
    • bring into a mutual, complementary, or mutual connection
    • To compare things and bring all of them into a relation having corresponding faculties
    • become associated by a correlation
    • to bear a reciprocal or mutual connection
    • bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation
  • others:
    • To place in reciprocal connection; establish a relation of interdependence or interconnection between, as between the elements of a mechanism; bring into personal or organized link.
    • becoming reciprocally associated; have a reciprocal relation for shape or use, since the areas of a body.
    • Reciprocally relevant by any means; having interdependence, interconnection, or parallelism used, form, etc.; correlated: as, the correlate movements of two-bodies.
    • to position in mutual relation; establish a relation of interdependence or interconnection between, as amongst the areas of a mechanism; bring into personal or orderly connection.
    • become reciprocally related; have a reciprocal connection regarding shape or utilize, because the elements of a body.
    • Reciprocally related in any way; having interdependence, interconnection, or parallelism in use, form, etc.; correlated: as, the correlate movements of two bodies.

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