Third-person singular simple present indicative form of correspond.(verb)
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Use "corresponds" in a sentence
"If we bring back the material painted object into the picture, of course, then there is no such difficulty: ones ˜intuition™ will be accurate, or one's interpretation will be correct, just in case it corresponds to the picture (of course the notion of ˜corresponds to the picture™ is only a placeholder for a great deal to be supplied by theories of representation, perspective, expression and other parts of aesthetics; but the one thing that plausible theories will share is a commitment to the object, the material painting)."
"And the name corresponds to what in Greek would be Lazarus."
"The clinical condition included under this term corresponds with that implied in 'spinal concussion' in civil practice."