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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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References in classic literature ?
Everything I see in him corresponds to his pamphlet on Biblical Cosmology.
From the Bo-lu to the Kro-lu there is no word which corresponds with our word mother.
His hazy awareness was no more than an awareness of something--which, by the way, corresponds very fairly with the hazy awareness of the average human of the mysteries of birth and death and of the beyondness about which they have no definiteness of comprehension.
distinguishing principle, probability, corresponds to the literal
A clerk in the employ of the Rothchilds corresponds with all England; another, in a government office, may communicate with all the prefects; but where the one learns the way to make his fortune, the other loses time and health and life to no avail.
Many of them express relations of terms to which nothing exactly or nothing at all in rerum natura corresponds.
Moy (holding the legal rank in Scotland which corresponds to the rank held by solicitors in England) rose and bowed to Sir Patrick, with the courtesy due to a man eminent in his time at the Scottish Bar.
To the beauty of Spenser's imagination, ideal and sensuous, corresponds his magnificent command of rhythm and of sound.
If," he went on, addressing Irais, who looked rebellious, "you doubt the truth of my remarks, and still cling to the old poetic notion of noble, self-sacrificing women tenderly helping the patient over the rough places on the road to death or recovery, let me beg you to try for yourself, next time any one in your house is ill, whether the actual fact in any way corresponds to the picturesque belief.
Every thing the individual sees without him corresponds to his states of mind, and every thing is in turn intelligible to him, as his onward thinking leads him into the truth to which that fact or series belongs.