correlate[ verb, adjective kawr-uh-leyt, kor-; noun kawr-uh-lit, -leyt, kor- ]SEE DEFINITION OF correlate
Synonyms for correlate
- tie in
- be on same wavelength
- have good vibes
- relate mutually
- tune in on
Antonyms for correlate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRELATE
If they are, Darwinism is mere jesuitism, in attempting to correlate them.
Bishop Michaud attempts to correlate it with meteorological observations.
Correlate: to bring together into relation or correspondence.
Dol Kenor will correlate power and electricity to and with the fields.
Each is the very counterpart and correlate, each is the very life and soul, of the other.
It is a mere chaos of facts, and they cannot explain or correlate them.
I stay to correlate what goes on outside with what goes on inside.
We may correlate and combine raffia with reed in construction.
We're going to have to correlate our work so that we'll know what we're doing.
We have now to correlate the times in the different biographies.
1640s, perhaps a back-formation from correlation.