Correlative (adjective)

  1. Connected or associated with something else in a way that suggests a relationship.
  2. Having a mutual or complementary relationship with something else.

Origin:

From the latin word "correlativus" which means "related" and "-ive" which is a suffix indicating something that is like or has the characteristics of something else.

Examples:

  1. The police found a correlative evidence linking the suspect to the crime.
  2. The economic growth is correlative to the increase in jobs.
  3. He found a correlative relationship between the number of hours of sleep and the performance on the exam.
  4. She found that there was a correlative relationship between the amount of exercise and weight loss.
  5. The correlative conjunctions are words such as "either/or," "neither/nor," and "both/and".
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