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Sentence count:145+6 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-11Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: correlatedcorrelativeSimilar words: correlationcorrelativerelaterelatedprelaterelate torelated tocorrectMeaning: ['kɒrəleɪt]  n. either of two correlated variables. v. 1. to bear a reciprocal or mutual relation 2. bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation. adj. mutually related. 
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(1) The diameter and the circumference of a circle correlate.
(2) The results of this experiment do not correlate with the results of earlier ones.
(3) The results of this experiment don't correlate with the results of earlier ones.
(4) Poverty and poor housing correlate with a shorter life expectancy.
(5) High morale among staff was found to correlate positively with productivity.
(6) It is interesting to correlate the history of the 20th century with its literature.
(7) We can often correlate age with frequency of illness.
(8) His research results correlate with yours.
(9) The figures do not seem to correlate.
(10) Researchers cannot correlate the two sets of figures.
(11) These figures seem to correlate.
(12) Attempts to correlate specific language functions with particular parts of the brain have not advanced very far.
(13) Try to correlate your knowledge of history with your knowledge of geography.
(14) The political opinions of spouses correlate more closely than their heights.
(15) Researchers are trying to correlate the two sets of figures.
(16) The modifiability terms correlate to instabilities of dynamical models.
(17) How do mouse studies correlate with human experience?
(18) Death is the correlate of life.
(19) What factors correlate with people who rank structure highly?
(20) Do duties, authority(sentence dictionary), responsibility and relationships correlate?
(21) The change in bone density did not correlate with the patients' age or number of years after the menopause.
(22) Lesbianism, too, is often described as a correlate of biology.
(23) Family dysfunction has demonstrated an alarming tendency to correlate with immoral and uncivilized behavior.
(24) Measures of height or length generally correlate better with socioeconomic status than do measures of weight.
(25) In some way, mutations must correlate to produce an overall advantage for an organism as a whole.
(26) These ages correlate with the period when Lakes Turkana and Suguta reached maximum levels on the flanks of the Barrier volcano.
(27) While it is clear that specific genetic alterations serve as prognostic indicators, not all correlate with a poor prognosis.
(28) Table 2 lists managements practices which have been found to correlate with effective risk management.
(29) One recent population study found that depression did not precede the eating disorder, although it did correlate with onset.
(30) Of all abilities only the capacity to conceptualize has been found to correlate with the performance of managers.
More similar words: correlationcorrelativerelaterelatedprelaterelate torelated tocorrectincorrectcorrectlycorrectioncorrespondrelationrelativecorrespondentrelativelycorresponding tocorrespondinglyrelationshipin relation toelateelatedforeign relationscorroboratebelatedrelaxtorrentcorruptrelaxedcorridor
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