One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘inflammation will usually correlate with tissue damage’
correspond, agree, tally, match up, tie in, be consistent, be in agreement, be compatible, be consonant, be congruous, be in tune, be in harmony, harmonize, coordinate, dovetail
equate to, relate to, conform to
suit, fit, match, parallel
North American informal jibe
2‘we can correlate trends in television news content and trends in public perceptions’
connect, analogize, associate, relate, compare, bring together, set side by side, show a connection between, show a relationship between, show an association between, show a correspondence between, draw an analogy between
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