In some countries, the role of president corresponds to that of prime minister.
the joints on a horse that correspond to the human knees
Each number corresponds to a location on the map.
We'll revise the schedule to correspond with the school calendar.
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Middle French or Medieval Latin; Middle French correspondre, from Medieval Latin correspondēre, from Latin com- + respondēre to respond