Asked • 06/21/19

Correspond to vs. Correspond with?

Is there any significant difference between `Correspond to` and `Correspond with`? I only mean in the sense of "matching", here, rather than "communication". I've looked at a few sources, but I can't seem to find a good explanation that makes it clear in which context each form would be used. Some sources suggest that only `Correspond to` is used in the sense of "matching", whereas others suggest `Correspond with` can also be used in that sense (and sometimes also with slightly different meaning).

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