- n either of two or more related or complementary variables
- v to bear a reciprocal or mutual relation
Do these facts correlate?
- v bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation
I cannot correlate these two pieces of information
- s mutually related
- We're all hardwired to correlate a jolt in our balance with a jolt in our vision systems; that helps us maneuver through the world.
- When you look at average tax rates, the big downward swings seem to correlate both with good times in the market and reductions in the capital gains tax ratewhich dropped from .
- While these factors do not cause crime, they say, "the evidence leaves no doubt" that constitutional traits correlate with criminal behavior.
- Shaun Ellis in International Herald Tribune
It's been really tough,defensive end Shaun Ellis said. "I think we've been off- balance a lot. The sacks were coming early in the year and now we're struggling to get sacks and get pressures. Those things correlate with the passing game....
- Warren Buffett in St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Warren Buffet said in an interview that "success in investing doesn't correlate with IQ : What you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people into trouble in investing."
- Jim Tracy in Sports Network
We simply got pitched out of the game early on,Pirates manager Jim Tracy said. "When you've walked people in front of bloop hits, it's going to correlate to runs."