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Verb: correlate  'kor-u,leyt or 'kór-u,leyt [N. Amer], 'kó-ru,leyt [Brit]
  1. To bear a reciprocal or mutual relation
    "Do these facts correlate?"
  2. Bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation
    "I cannot correlate these two pieces of information"
Noun: correlate  'kor-u,leyt or 'kór-u,leyt [N. Amer], 'kó-ru,leyt [Brit]
  1. Either of two or more related or complementary variables
    - correlative
Adjective: correlate  'kor-u,leyt or 'kór-u,leyt [N. Amer], 'kó-ru,leyt [Brit]
  1. Mutually related, having a correlation; varying or happening in a related or dependent manner
    - correlative, correlated

Derived forms: correlating, correlates, correlated

See also: related, related to

Type of: agree, associate, check, colligate, connect, correspond, fit, gibe, jibe, link, link up, marry, marry up, match, relate, tally, tie in, variable, variable quantity

Encyclopedia: Correlate