"correlative" meaning in English

See correlative in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Adjective

Forms: more correlative [comparative], most correlative [superlative]
Etymology: correlate + -ive or cor- + relative Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|correlate|ive}} correlate + -ive, {{af|en|cor-|relative}} cor- + relative Head templates: {{en-adj}} correlative (comparative more correlative, superlative most correlative)
  1. Mutually related; corresponding. Categories (topical): Statistics Translations (mutually related): korreloiva (Finnish), korrelatiivinen (Finnish), cocheintagh (Manx), correlativo (Spanish)
    Sense id: en-correlative-en-adj-Fm83-16g Disambiguation of Statistics: 35 26 39 Categories (other): English entries with incorrect language header, English entries with topic categories using raw markup, English terms suffixed with -ive Disambiguation of English entries with topic categories using raw markup: 57 12 31 Disambiguation of English terms suffixed with -ive: 55 13 32

Noun

Forms: correlatives [plural]
Etymology: correlate + -ive or cor- + relative Etymology templates: {{suffix|en|correlate|ive}} correlate + -ive, {{af|en|cor-|relative}} cor- + relative Head templates: {{en-noun}} correlative (plural correlatives)
  1. (formal) Either of two correlative things. Tags: formal Categories (topical): Statistics Synonyms: equivalent, analogue Translations (correlative thing): korrelaatti (Finnish), correlato [masculine] (Spanish)
    Sense id: en-correlative-en-noun-oi1cyjUj Disambiguation of Statistics: 35 26 39 Disambiguation of 'correlative thing': 100 0
  2. (grammar) A pro-form; a non-personal pronominal, proadjectival, or proadverbial form Categories (topical): Grammar, Statistics Translations (grammar term): vaste (Finnish)
    Sense id: en-correlative-en-noun-EgndevYk Disambiguation of Statistics: 35 26 39 Categories (other): English terms prefixed with cor- Disambiguation of English terms prefixed with cor-: 28 15 57 Topics: grammar, human-sciences, linguistics, sciences Disambiguation of 'grammar term': 16 84
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Derived forms: objective correlative

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