Definition of correspondingly in US English:

correspondingly

adverb

  • In an analogous or equivalent way.

    ‘it has fewer problems and correspondingly requires less maintenance’
    • ‘The complexity of its structure of production increased correspondingly.’
    • ‘As their budgets have increased, their music has become correspondingly more ambitious.’
    • ‘Many of the smaller regions at the top of the list have correspondingly smaller economies.’
    • ‘Our daily lives and our society are correspondingly chaotic.’
    • ‘Some might reply that as one's experience builds up, one's taste correspondingly becomes more defined.’
    • ‘In the following two decades, demand for his work has grown and his output has grown correspondingly.’
    • ‘Smart executives, correspondingly, must understand that their competitors are at least as smart as they are.’
    • ‘Correspondingly few new works were seen on the main stage and unsuccessful works were considered to fail on a large scale.’
    • ‘Their choice of words is correspondingly simple.’
    • ‘By drastically reducing your overhead, you correspondingly increase your chances of success.’

Pronunciation

correspondingly

/ˌkɑrəˈspɑndɪŋli//ˌkärəˈspändiNGlē/