The correlated or similar movement of two or more entities.
simple past tense and past participle of correlate
mutually related in a correlation
‘The variable "age15-24" was not included as this is highly correlated with the variable "students" and "students" were thought to be a more distinct group than the whole of the 15-24 age group.’;
showing a statistically significant relationship between the values of two or more variables; as, The statures of fathers and sons are correlated.