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Definition of "corresponding" []

  • Having the same or nearly the same relationship. (adjective)
  • Accompanying another: a high corporate position and its corresponding problems. (adjective)
  • Having been assigned the responsibility of written communications: a corresponding secretary. (adjective)
  • Participating at a distance from the rest of a group: a corresponding member of the bar association. (adjective)
  • Parallel; equivalent (adjective)

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Use "corresponding" in a sentence
  • "To put the point with a slight risk of anachronism (since Plato does not have a term corresponding to our “aesthetics”), he does not think that aesthetics is separable from ethics."
  • "In the capital of the empire the Taoist priesthood includes: two Tao-lu-sze, superiors, a title corresponding with that of the Buddhists, seng-lu-sze; two Cheng-i, Taoists of right simplicity; two Yen-fa, ritual Taoists; two Che-ling, Taoists of great excellence, thaumaturgus; and two Che-i, Taoists of great probity, an inferior class of priests."
  • "It may be stated in explanation that, among all the American Indians, any phenomenon which exerted a powerful influence upon the physical and nervous system was designated by a term corresponding to the term medicine in other languages."