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correspond to (something)

To match or correlate to something. Does this character in the book correspond to one in the movie, or did they eliminate him completely?
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correspond with (someone or something)

1. To match or correlate to something. Does this character in the book correspond with one in the movie, or did they eliminate him completely?
2. To communicate with one in a series of messages, typically written ones. When I was a kid, I used to correspond with my sister by writing her letters while she was away at summer camp.
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correspond to something

to match up with something; to harmonize with something. This pin on this part corresponds to the receptacle on the other part it fits into.
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correspond with someone (about someone or something)

 and correspond (with someone) about someone or something
to write letters back and forth with someone about someone or something. I will have to correspond with the manager about that. I corresponded about this with my brother. I corresponded with my brother for over a year. We corresponded about Fred.
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3, the green area in the center corresponds to the welded region, and the red area around it corresponds to the non-welded region.
This corresponds to some real-world measurement situations.
Consequently, if a step in an iterated mapping happened to correspond to a generalized shift that incorporates a Turing machine saddled with an "impossible" problem, researchers would have practically no way of determining what ultimately results from those particular initial conditions.
4] correspond to the arrivals of various head wave rays, while the branch point [y.
Each term of the series corresponds to a successive arrival of a "generalized ray" and each is a definite line integral along a fixed path which can be easily computed numerically.
In this case, the fitness parameter of the model corresponds to the readiness with which an antibody binds to a specific antigen.
This results because T was in a higher marginal gift tax bracket (39%) for his taxable gifts in prior years than the marginal gift tax bracket (37%) that corresponds to the applicable exclusion amount.