Definition of key something to in English:

key something to

  • chiefly North American Link something to: courses keyed to the needs of health professionals
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    • For texts which authors and publishers wish to keep free of superscript symbols, endnotes are keyed to such points of reference as page numbers or repeat identifying phrases from the text.
    • The extensive end notes are keyed to each chapter.
    • The interest rate may go up or down over the years, and it is keyed to a financial market index.
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