Verb(1) be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics(2) be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics(3) exchange messages(4) take the place of or be parallel or equivalent to
(1) He said: ├ö├ç├┐These statements do not correspond to the idea of democracy.├ö├ç├û(2) The findings correspond to similar results in studies performed on older children and adults.(3) Graham consults with Lecter to a small degree in Harris's book and the doctor occasionally pops up to correspond via phone or letter with Graham.(4) Patterns of genetic similarity did not correspond with geographic location within any of the sites.(5) The days passed and Anne and John continued to correspond by letters.(6) communication is successful when the ideas in the minds of the speaker and hearer correspond(7) When I downloaded them, I realised that I should have tried to have one panel of the mural correspond to one photograph, instead of them being as haphazard as they are.(8) There were mild sensations of tingling pain in certain points in the left foot which, according to the therapist, correspond to the lung and solar plexus regions.(9) For about 10 years Bacon had no personal contact with the outside world although he was able to correspond by letter.(10) the carved heads described in the poem correspond to a drawing of Edgcote House(11) It's even worse with the folks who not only don't use the internet much but don't even correspond much by email.(12) It's probably a delusion, but landscapes clearly correspond to something in the way the brain works, and art is clearly a response to landscape, and the unities.(13) But forgetting that, the really important point that Saussure made was that a word is just a sign, and the sign does not correspond to the thing that it signifies.(14) The land areas and rivers named before the Flood do not correspond to similarly named features after the Flood.(15) The student union is opposed to large tuition hikes, as well as any fee increases that don't correspond to a significant improvement in the quality of education.(16) For example, chess masters remember chess positions with an accuracy and rapidity far exceeding that of novices, but only when the positions correspond to plausible game positions.