be correlated with


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

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web 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 Obsolescence of skill levels, which may be correlated with age, is a more serious concern. Shivaram Rajgopal, Forbes, 9 Oct. 2021 Although the rating may be correlated with race, the judges wrote, the link is more likely to be caused by outside factors including students’ personal essays or letters of recommendation. Christine Arena, The Christian Science Monitor, 13 Nov. 2020 Ads can be correlated with the use of tobacco products and electronic cigarettes, as well as alcohol and marijuana. Ryan Prior, CNN, 23 June 2020 Each type of asset is critical and must be correlated with cybersecurity product protections. David Schiffer, Forbes, 5 May 2023 Running such a firm appears to be correlated with the longevity of CEOs, and Buffett has been in that role for more than half a century. Learn how to navigate and strengthen trust in your business with The Trust Factor, a weekly newsletter examining what leaders need to succeed. Steve Mollman, Fortune, 25 Feb. 2023 Some advisors think rising interest rates could give value stocks a boost, and the relative performance of value stocks appears to be correlated with interest rates. Nerdwallet, cleveland, 3 Dec. 2022 The reasons for the rejections are not yet clear, but political writer Matt Buxton noted this week that high rejection rates appear to be correlated with the number of people who speak a language other than English at home. James Brooks And Yereth Rosen, Anchorage Daily News, 19 June 2022 See More

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“Be correlated with.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 May. 2023.

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