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corresponding

Line breaks: cor¦res|pond|ing
Pronunciation: /ˌkɒrɪˈspɒndɪŋ
 
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Definition of corresponding in English:

adjective

Analogous or equivalent in character, form, or function; comparable: the corresponding Jamaican word is ‘bada
More example sentences
  • Without a person developing the corresponding moral character necessary for self-restraint, his liberty is bound to result in the harm of others.
  • When writing a job description, consider the following examples of job features and corresponding functions.
  • Based on statistical data, the scheduler decides whether the application will be hardware accelerated or whether a corresponding software function is used.

Derivatives

correspondingly

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • Increasingly, the rich have become richer, and at the same time, they seem to have gained correspondingly more control over the federal government.
  • To begin with, it is defeatist to accept as given that one has limited political resources and therefore must have correspondingly limited aims.
  • The sooner the water is removed and the property properly dried out, the less property damage there will be and any related claim will also be correspondingly minimized.

Words that rhyme with corresponding

hot-rodding

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