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correspond
used in Freakonomics

2 meanings, 4 uses
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1  —2 uses as in:
corresponding time period
Definition
connect or fit together by being equivalent, proportionate, or matched

(Two things are equivalent if they have the same or very similar value, purpose, or result.)
  • The letter a, b, c, or d indicates a correct answer; a number indicates a wrong answer, with 1 corresponding to a, 2 corresponding to b, and so on.
    p. 27.5
corresponding = equivalent (representing the same value)
  • The letter a, b, c, or d indicates a correct answer; a number indicates a wrong answer, with 1 corresponding to a, 2 corresponding to b, and so on.
    p. 27.5
corresponding = equivalent (representing the same value)
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2  —1 use as in:
foreign correspondent of the paper
Definition
a reporter — typically from a foreign country or with a particular expertise
  • Years later, when he served as a rare white correspondent for the Pittsburgh Courier, the country's largest black newspaper, he wrote under the pseudonym Daddy Mention—after a black folk hero who, as myth told it, could outrun the blast of a sheriff's shotgun.
    p. 54.6
correspondent = reporter
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?  —1 use
exact meaning not specified
  • Still, they went forward with plans to hold a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Tokyo.
    p. 43.0

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