be correlated with


: to have a close connection with
Brain size is correlated with intelligence.

Examples of be correlated with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web That same pathogen monitoring could be correlated with human DNA that identifies susceptible populations, helping to protect them. Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica, 16 May 2023 Remote working can be correlated with loneliness and low morale. Agur Jõgi, Forbes, 16 Feb. 2024 Austin Neudecker, Weave Growth YES: Compensation should be correlated with the value provided. Phillip Molnar, San Diego Union-Tribune, 24 Nov. 2023 According to new research, scripted television may be correlated with the worsening of the end-of-life care crisis in the United States. Valerie Wu, Variety, 7 Nov. 2023 This information can be correlated with use of language in subtle ways, for example by connections between certain dialects or phrases and a person’s location or demographics. WIRED, 17 Oct. 2023 These tests looked at the eyes, in hopes that their movements could be correlated with a particular disorder. Shayla Love, The New Yorker, 10 Oct. 2023 Each type of asset is critical and must be correlated with cybersecurity product protections. David Schiffer, Forbes, 5 May 2023 Historically, fluctuations in skier visit numbers could be correlated with snowfall, with more snow generally leading to more skier visits, the report states. Julia Jacobo, ABC News, 9 May 2023

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