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cor·re·late • v. / ˈkôrəˌlāt; ˈkär-/ [intr.] have a mutual relationship or connection, in which one thing affects or depends on another: the study found that success in the educational system correlates highly with class. ∎  [tr.] establish such a relationship or connection between: we correlate general trends in public opinion with trends in the content of television news. • n. / -lət/ each of two or more related or complementary things: financial hardship and other correlates of poverty.

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correlate

correlate XVIII. Back-formation from correlation, correlative XVI. — scholL. correlātiō, -ātīvus (XIII); see COR-, RELATION.

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correlate

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