correlated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kaw ruh lay tuhd

  • v  to bear a reciprocal or mutual relation
  • v  bring into a mutual, complementary, or reciprocal relation
  • s  mutually related

  • They didn't even walk faster; walking speed wasn't correlated with cognitive ability.
  • When researchers followed up with the doctors in 2005, they found that the docs' scores in communication were strongly correlated to the number of patient complaints they had .
  • Since less than a tenth of our 20,000 genes have been correlated with any condition, it's impossible to nail down exactly what component is genetic.
News & Articles


  • Urban Meyer in Forbes
    Unfortunately, I've seen some chinks in the armor,Meyer said. "I've seen some things show up that's not correlated to a tough football team. However, I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt."
  • Lynn Goldman in FOX News
    The two compounds "seem to be highly correlated," Goldman said.
  • Mike Weir in 940 News
    I feel if today we make a story about the past, it must be correlated to the present. And 'Jodhaa-Akbar' is as relevant to the present as arranged marriages. Jodha and Akbar shared a perfect arranged marriage. I was fascinated by how their... Ashutosh Gowariker Jan 8, 2008 22574 30245 correlation I think there was a correlation there," Weir said. "It was a tough few years. I felt like I was on my way there. To win after 3 1/2 years is almost harder than the first one."

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