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  1. present participle and gerund of correspond

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corresponding (plural correspondings)

  1. A correspondence; the situation where things correspond or match.

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corresponding (comparative more corresponding, superlative most corresponding)

  1. that have a similar relationship
    • 2011 November 10, Jeremy Wilson, “England Under 21 5 Iceland Under 21 0: match report”, in Telegraph[1]:
      The most persistent tormentor was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who scored a hat-trick in last month’s corresponding fixture in Iceland. His ability to run at defences is instantly striking, but it is his clever use of possession that has persuaded some shrewd judges that he is an even better prospect than Theo Walcott.
    • 2018, Pál Fodor, The Business of State. Ottoman Finance Administration and Ruling Elites in Transition (1580s–1615) (Studien zur Sprache, Geschichte und Kultur der Turkvölker; 28), Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag × De Gruyter, published 2020, →DOI, →ISBN, page 284 fn. 919:
      It cannot be accidental that within the timar system the proportion of holdings controlled by the ümera and the ordinary sipahis shifted to the benefit of the former. Whereas around 1527–8, 19% of the total income from timars had been in the hands of beylerbeyis and sancakbeyis, in the 1580s the corresponding figure was 29%.

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