Correlative

In grammar, correlatives are words that are separated in a sentence but function together to perform a single function. In English, examples are both—and, either—or, neither—nor, the—the (`the more the better`), so—that (`it ate so much food that it burst`), and if—then. In the Romance languages, the demonstrative pro-forms functio...
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Correlative

• (n.) The antecedent of a pronoun. • (n.) One who, or that which, stands in a reciprocal relation, or is correlated, to some other person or thing. • (a.) Having or indicating a reciprocal relation.
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correlative

correlate adjective mutually related
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Correlative

Cor·rel'a·tive adjective [ Confer F. corrélatif .] Having or indicating a reciprocal relation. « Father and son, prince and subject, stranger and citizen, are correlative terms. Hume. »
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correlative

[adj] - mutually related 2. [adj] - (grammar) indicating a reciprocal or complementary relation
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