Definitions for correlativekəˈrɛl ə tɪv
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
cor•rel•a•tivekəˈrɛl ə tɪv(adj.)
so related that each implies or complements the other.
being in correlation; mutually related.
Gram.answering to or complementing one another and regularly used in association, as either and or, or no sooner and
(n.)either of two things, as two terms, that are correlative.
a correlative expression.
Origin of correlative:
1520–30; < ML
either of two or more related or complementary variables
correlative, correlate, correlated(adj)
expressing a reciprocal or complementary relation
Either of two correlative things.
A pro-form; a non-personal pronominal, proadjectival, or proadverbal form, in Esperanto regularly formed, indicating which?, that, some, none, and every, as applied to people, things, type, place, manner, reason, time, or quantity, as: kiu u2018whou2019 (which person?), iu u2018someoneu2019 (some person), tie u2018thereu2019 (that place), u0109ie u2018everywhereu2019 (all places), etc.
mutually related; corresponding
having or indicating a reciprocal relation
one who, or that which, stands in a reciprocal relation, or is correlated, to some other person or thing
the antecedent of a pronoun
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