动词过去式:corresponded 过去分词:corresponded 现在分词:corresponding 第三人称单数:corresponds
/,kɒrɪ'spɒnd; [US] ,kɔ:r-; ,kɔrə`spɑnd/
v [I, Ipr]
1 ~ (with sth) be in agreement; not contradict sth or each other 相一致; 相符合
*Your account of events corresponds with hers. 你说的情况跟她说的相符.
* Your account and hers correspond. 你的说法跟她的说法一致.
* The written record of our conversation doesn't correspond with (ie is different from) what was actually said. 对我们交谈所作的文字记录与我们的原话不符.
* Does the name on the envelope correspond with the name on the letter inside? 信封上的名字与里面信上的名字是否相同?
2 ~ (to sth) be equivalent or similar 相当的; 相似的
*The American Congress corresponds to the British Parliament. 美国的国会相当于英国的议会.
3 ~ (with sb) exchange letters 通信
*We've corresponded (with each other) (ie written to each other) for years but I've never actually met him. 我们已（互相）通信多年了, 可是我从未见过他本人.
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French;Origin: correspondre, from Medieval Latin, from Latin com- ( COM-) + respondere ( RESPOND)]
if two things or ideas correspond, the parts or information in one relate to the parts or information in the other
The two halves of the document did not correspond.
The numbers correspond to points on the map.
to be very similar to or the same as something else
The French 'baccalauréat' exam roughly corresponds to British Alevels.
correspond closely/exactly/precisely to sth
The description of these events corresponds closely to other accounts written at the time.
to write letters to someone and receive letters from them
For the next three years they corresponded regularly.
She stopped corresponding with him after the death of her mother.