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Another word for correlate

  1. To come or bring together in one's mind or imagination

      1. To bring (a person) into relationship with oneself or another as companion, partner, friend, etc.
      2. To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
      3. (Intransitive) To spend time socially; keep company.
      1. To fire beyond and short of (a target) in order to determine artillery range.
      2. To place within or as if within brackets.
      3. To classify or group together.
      1. To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
      2. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
      3. To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
      1. To join together by fastening or by association; link; connect
      2. To come together; unite
      3. (Elec.) To join (two or more circuits) by a common magnetic or electric field or by direct connection
      1. To consider oneself as sharing certain characteristics or attitudes as another:
      2. To recognize as being, or show to be, the very person or thing known, described, or claimed; fix the identity of
      3. To establish or recognize the identity of; ascertain as a certain person or thing:
      1. To be or become joined together physically:
      2. (Computers) To make or have a link to a webpage or electronic document:
      3. To connect, relate, or associate:
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  1. Something closely resembling or analogous to something else

      1. A thing or part that is analogous
      1. A person or thing of the same kind, class, race, or genus
      2. (Chemistry) A compound produced in the same process that produces another, often structurally similar compound.
      3. A substance, formed in an alcoholic beverage during fermentation or distillation, that gives the beverage its characteristic flavor, color, etc.
      1. A thing closely related to something else
      2. Either of two correlative things.
      3. (Grammar) A pro-form; a non-personal pronominal, proadjectival, or proadverbal form, in Esperanto regularly formed, indicating 'which?', 'that', 'some', 'none', and 'every', as applied to people, things, type, place, manner, reason, time, or quantity, as: kiu ‘who’ (which person?), iu ‘someone’ (some person), tie ‘there’ (that place), ĉie ‘everywhere’ (all places), etc.
      1. A person or firm acting for, or having regular business relations with, another at a distance
      2. A person hired by a newspaper, radio or television network, etc. to furnish news, articles, newscast segments, etc. of a certain type or from a distant place
      3. One who communicates by means of letters, e-mails, or other forms of written messages.
      1. A copy or duplicate, as of a lease
      2. A person or thing that corresponds to or closely resembles another, as in form or function
      3. One of two parts that fit and complete each other.
      1. Two or more persons or things that go together in appearance, size, or other quality
      2. A slender piece of wood, cardboard, waxed cord, etc. tipped with a composition that catches fire by friction; esp., a safety match
      3. A pair, each one of which resembles or harmonizes with the other:
      1. The condition of being parallel; near similarity or exact agreement in particulars; parallelism.
      2. The condition of being parallel; conformity in essential points
      3. Any of the imaginary lines representing degrees of latitude that encircle the earth parallel to the plane of the equator.
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Another word for correlate

  1. To relate

      1. To show or think of as related; associate
      2. To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
      3. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
      1. (Math.) To state or express the equality of; put in the form of an equation
      2. To treat, regard, or express as equal, equivalent, identical, or closely related
      3. To consider, treat, or depict as equal or equivalent:
      1. To join in or form a league, union, or association:
      2. To join together; connect; combine
      3. To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
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  2. To be mutually related

      1. To communicate by letter, usually over a period of time.
      2. To be similar or equivalent in character, quantity, origin, structure, or function:
      3. To be similar, analogous, or equal (to something)
      1. To cause to move alternately back and forth
      2. To give and take something mutually.
      3. To show, feel, or give in response or return:
      1. To have or establish a social relationship; interact:
      2. To connect or associate, as in thought or meaning; show as having to do with; show a relation between
      3. To give an account of (an occurrence, for example); narrate.
      1. To act upon each other; as, two agents mutually interact.
      2. To act on one another; act reciprocally
      3. To deal, work, etc. with someone or something