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cor·re·spon·dent

 (kôr′ĭ-spŏn′dənt, kŏr′-)
n.
1. One who communicates by means of letters, emails, or other forms of written messages.
2. One employed by the print or broadcast media to supply news stories or articles: a foreign correspondent.
3. One that has regular business dealings with another, especially at a distance.
4. Something that corresponds; a correlative.
adj.
Corresponding.

cor′re·spon′dent·ly adv.

correspondent

(ˌkɒrɪˈspɒndənt)
n
1. (Communications & Information) a person who communicates by letter or by letters
2. (Journalism & Publishing) a person employed by a newspaper, etc, to report on a special subject or to send reports from a foreign country
3. (Commerce) a person or firm that has regular business relations with another, esp one in a different part of the country or abroad
4. something that corresponds to another
adj
similar or analogous

cor•re•spond•ent

(ˌkɔr əˈspɒn dənt, ˌkɒr-)

n.
1. a person who communicates by letters.
2. a person employed by a newspaper, television network, etc., to gather and report news regularly from a distant place.
3. a thing that corresponds to something else.
adj.
4. consistent, similar, or analogous; corresponding.
[1375–1425; < Medieval Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.correspondent - someone who communicates by means of letterscorrespondent - someone who communicates by means of letters
communicator - a person who communicates with others
pen pal, pen-friend - a person you come to know by frequent friendly correspondence
2.correspondent - a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast mediacorrespondent - a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media
foreign correspondent - a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a foreign country for publication or broadcast
journalist - a writer for newspapers and magazines
war correspondent - a journalist who sends news reports and commentary from a combat zone or place of battle for publication or broadcast
Adj.1.correspondent - similar or equivalent in some respects though otherwise dissimilar; "brains and computers are often considered analogous"; "salmon roe is marketed as analogous to caviar"
similar - marked by correspondence or resemblance; "similar food at similar prices"; "problems similar to mine"; "they wore similar coats"

correspondent

noun
1. reporter, journalist, contributor, special correspondent, journo (slang), hack, hackette (derogatory) Here is a special report from our Europe correspondent.
2. letter writer, pen friend or pen pal He wasn't a good correspondent and only wrote to me once a year.

correspondent

noun
Something closely resembling or analogous to something else:
adjective
Translations
مُتراسَل مَعَـهمُرَاسِلمُراسِل جَريدَه
dopisovatelkorespondentzpravodaj
korrespondentbrevven
kirjeenvaihtaja
dopisnik
levelezõtudósító
fréttaritarisá sem staîiî er í bréfaskiptum viî
通信員
특파원
dopisovateľkorešpondent
korrespondent
นักข่าว
muhabiryazışılan kimse
phóng viên

correspondent

[ˌkɒrɪsˈpɒndənt] N (Press) → corresponsal mf; (= letter-writer) → corresponsal mf
I'm a hopeless correspondentsoy muy mala para escribir cartas

correspondent

[ˌkɒrɪˈspɒndənt] n
(= journalist) → correspondant(e) m/f
our foreign correspondent → notre correspondant à l'étranger
(= letter writer) → correspondant(e) m/f

correspondent

n
(= letter-writer)Briefschreiber(in) m(f); to be a good/bad correspondentein eifriger Briefschreiber sein/schreibfaul sein; according to my correspondentwie man mir geschrieben hat
(Press) → Korrespondent(in) m(f)
(Comm) → Entsprechung f, → Gegenstück nt
adjentsprechend

correspondent

[ˌkɒrɪsˈpɒndənt] ncorrispondente m/f
foreign correspondent (Press) → corrispondente dall'estero

correspond

(korəˈspond) verb
1. (with to) to be similar; to match. A bird's wing corresponds to the arm and hand in humans.
2. (with with) to be in agreement with; to match.
3. to communicate by letter (with). Do they often correspond (with each other)?
ˌcorreˈspondence noun
1. agreement; similarity or likeness.
2. (communication by) letters. I must deal with that (big pile of) correspondence.
ˌcorreˈspondent noun
1. a person with whom one exchanges letters. He has correspondents all over the world.
2. a person who contributes news to a newspaper etc. He's foreign correspondent for `The Times'.
ˌcorreˈsponding adjective
similar, matching. The rainfall this month is not as high as for the corresponding month last year.
correspondence course
a course of lessons by post. a correspondence course in accountancy.

correspondent

مُرَاسِل dopisovatel korrespondent Briefschreiber επιστολογράφος corresponsal kirjeenvaihtaja correspondant dopisnik corrispondente 通信員 특파원 correspondent korrespondent korespondent correspondente корреспондент korrespondent นักข่าว muhabir phóng viên 记者
References in classic literature ?
Meanwhile he held on to his modest position in a mercantile house in New Orleans, where an equal familiarity with English, French and Spanish gave him no small value as a clerk and correspondent.
It sent a correspondent to Colorado, and printed pages describing the overthrow of American institutions in that state.
And always, before the name of the town, is placed a letter or a sign, to indicate who the correspondent is, so that the authorities can find him when they want to hang him.
the blessing of a female correspondent, when one is really interested in the absent
Eyre has been the Funchal correspondent of his house for some years.
Vanstone requested that they might be kept a secret between her correspondent and herself.
We are not likely to meet often, for some time to come; but I shall be a good correspondent of Dora's, and we shall frequently hear of one another that way.
Joe always kept a supply of it in the cupboard; having a belief in its virtues correspondent to its nastiness.
13] See the interview of the special correspondent of the MATIN, with Mohammed-Ali Bey, on the day after the entry of the Salonika troops into Constantinople.
Of these the first is that they could never use words or other signs arranged in such a manner as is competent to us in order to declare our thoughts to others: for we may easily conceive a machine to be so constructed that it emits vocables, and even that it emits some correspondent to the action upon it of external objects which cause a change in its organs; for example, if touched in a particular place it may demand what we wish to say to it; if in another it may cry out that it is hurt, and such like; but not that it should arrange them variously so as appositely to reply to what is said in its presence, as men of the lowest grade of intellect can do.
The institutions chiefly alluded to are STANDING ARMIES and the correspondent appendages of military establishments.
Indeed it is extremely probable, that in other instances, particularly in the organization of the judicial power, the officers of the States will be clothed with the correspondent authority of the Union.