- Metaphorical extension does, however, presuppose the recognition of similarities, or correspondences, between the source and the target domains.
- Some close correspondences can be found between the rhetoric of Robinson and that of Cicero and, to an even greater extent, Quintilian.
- So I wasn't satisfied with just noting a few close correspondences.
- He also reads the Limerick Leader and is in regular correspondence with cousins and neighbours in Ballingrane.
- The two associations were in correspondence with one another and exchanged printed minutes.
- They could suggest only that there would be direct correspondence with the President.
- So I sent back a letter asking for all future correspondence to be sent direct to me.
- I sent to your Honour some copies of correspondence that was received and sent overnight.
- I have received correspondence from the Department that indicates the need for the supplement is acknowledged.
Late Middle English: via Old French from medieval Latin correspondentia, from correspondent- 'corresponding' (see correspondent).
Palabras que riman con correspondencedespondence
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