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correspondence 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌkôrəˈspändəns/,/ˌkär-/,
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correspondences, plural;
  1. A close similarity, connection, or equivalence
    • - there is a simple correspondence between the distance of a focused object from the eye and the size of its image on the retina
  2. Communication by exchanging letters with someone
    • - the organization engaged in detailed correspondence with local congressmen
  3. Letters sent or received
    • - his wife dealt with his private correspondence

  1. communication by the exchange of letters
  2. agreement: compatibility of observations; "there was no agreement between theory and measurement"; "the results of two tests were in correspondence"
  3. commensurateness: the relation of corresponding in degree or size or amount
  4. symmetry: (mathematics) an attribute of a shape or relation; exact reflection of form on opposite sides of a dividing line or plane
  5. parallelism: similarity by virtue of corresponding
  6. Correspondence is the first full-length studio album by Peter Godwin. The album was released in 1983.
  7. In theology, correspondence is the relationship between spiritual and natural realities, or between mental and physical realities. The term was coined by the 18th century theologian Emanuel Swedenborg in his Arcana Coelestia (1749-1756) and Heaven and Hell (1758) and other works.
  8. Friendly discussion; Reciprocal exchange of civilities, especially conversation between persons by means of letters; An agreement of situations or objects with an expected outcome; Newspaper or news stories, generally; Postal or other written communications; Another name for a relation, ...
  9. (Correspondences, 1875)
  10. (CORRESPONDENCES) A set of related concepts that allow us to use magick in our everyday lives. They are generally done in table and chart form.
  11. (Correspondences) Materials used in magick which relate to their specific goal. These can be herbs, stones, moon phases, colors, numbers, etc. An example would be mugwort used in a dream spell, as mugwort is a popular herb corresponding to dreams.
  12. (correspondences) the connections between elements in each domain of a mapping. In the metaphorical mapping LIFE IS A JOURNEY, for instance, the person living the life corresponds to the traveler on the journey; in DEATH IS DEPARTURE the event of dying corresponds to the event of departing one ...
  13. ed. Arnulf Zweig. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999.
  14. An item that has a magickal association.  Correspondences include:  days, planets, moon phases, herbs, oils, colors, gemstones, Zodiac signs, hours, etc.
  15. Any form of written communication sent or received in the course of affairs, including letters, postcards, memoranda, notes, electronic mail, facsimiles, telegrams, or cables.
  16. Interoffice memoranda, letters, postal cards, printed information slips, etc.
  17. The term "correspondence" refers to (1) written or electronic correspondence from the University sent to either the student's physical address on file with the Registrar, or to the student's FAU email address, if the student is a current student and (2) written or electronic correspondence from ...
  18. Correspondence is an exchange of letters between sender and addressee.
  19. In E. D. Hirsch's objective (historical) criticism, a basic criterion used to establish a reading as probably accurate. An interpretation exhibits correspondence is it acknowledges and accounts for all linguistic elements in the text. Compare organic unity. ...
  20. A correspondence course is a self-paced home study course offered through UNM Extended University to students where contact is generally not face-to-face. Instructional materials, including examinations, are provided to students, and when completed, they are returned for grading. ...
  21. If you contact Snipi, including via e-mail, we may keep a record of that correspondence.
  22. (letters) by George Sand and her contemporaries (see "Writings by George Sand" link below — some of these letters are available in English translation); Autobiographical writings as mentioned above (several of these also available from Gutenberg website).
  23. Certified proctoring site for administering exams for other colleges/universities
  24. The relation between thoughts (or statements) and the independent realities that they supposedly refer to or denote. The correspondence theory of truth holds that standing in this relation to their referents is what makes thoughts (or statements) true. ...
  25. Ed. Lynn Horth. Evanston, IL and Chicago: Northwestern University Press and The Newberry Library (1993). ISBN 0-8101-0995-6