- correspondence ► NOUN 1) the action or fact of corresponding. 2) letters sent or received.
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correspondence — cor‧re‧spon‧dence [ˌkɒrˈspɒndəns ǁ ˌkɔːrˈspɑːn , ˌkɑː ] noun [uncountable] 1. letters exchanged between people, especially business or official letters: • Any correspondence concerning the inquiry should be sent to Mr Alan Wood. comˌmercial… … Financial and business terms
Correspondence — may refer to: In general usage, non concurrent, remote communication between people, including letters, email, newsgroups, Internet forums, blogs Correspondence theory of truth (philosophy), a theory in epistemology Correspondence principle… … Wikipedia
Correspondence — Cor re*spond ence ( sp?nd ens), n. [Cf. F. correspondance.] 1. Friendly intercourse; reciprocal exchange of civilities; especially, intercourse between persons by means of letters. [1913 Webster] Holding also good correspondence with the other… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
correspondence — [n1] agreement accord, analogy, coherence, coincidence, comparability, comparison, concurrence, conformity, congruity, consistency, correlation, equivalence, fitness, harmony, likeness, match, regularity, relation, resemblance, similarity,… … New thesaurus
correspondence — [kôr΄əspän′dəns, kär΄əspän′dəns] n. [ME < ML correspondentia < prp. of correspondere: see CORRESPOND] 1. agreement with something else or with one another; conformity 2. similarity; analogy 3. a) communication by exchange of letters b) the… … English World dictionary
correspondence — theory of truth … Philosophy dictionary
correspondence — I (communication by letters) noun communication, dispatches, epistulae, exchange of letters, letter writing, letters, litterae, mail, missives, writings II (similarity) noun accord, agreement, analogy, comparability, conformity, congruence,… … Law dictionary
correspondence — early 15c., harmony, agreement, from M.L. correspondentia, from correspondentem (nom. correspondens), prp. of correspondere (see CORRESPOND (Cf. correspond)). Sense of communication by letters is first attested 1640s … Etymology dictionary
correspondence — *intercourse, communication, conversation, converse, communion, commerce, traffic, dealings … New Dictionary of Synonyms
correspondence — noun 1 letters exchanged ADJECTIVE ▪ confidential, personal, private ▪ business, diplomatic, official ▪ regular ▪ … Collocations dictionary