Definition of 'correlate'
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She pinned the photographs on to a noticeboard, arranging them in groups to correlate with her chapter headings. AN OLDER WOMAN (2003)
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British English: correlate VERB
If one thing correlates with another, there is a close similarity or connection between them, often because one thing causes the other. You can also say that two things correlate.
Obesity correlates with increased risk for hypertension and stroke.
- American English: correlate
- Brazilian Portuguese: correlacionar-se
- Chinese: 和…相关尤指互有因果关系
- European Spanish: estar correlacionado
- French: être liéN
- German: in Beziehung stehen
- Italian: essere correlato a
- Japanese: 相関する
- Korean: 상관하다
- European Portuguese: correlacionar-se
- Spanish: estar correlacionado
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