From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcorrespondencecor‧re‧spon‧dence /ˌkɒrəˈspɒndəns $ ˌkɔːrəˈspɑːn-, ˌkɑː-/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable] 1 TCMthe letters that someone sends and receives, especially official or business letters A secretary came in twice a week to deal with his correspondence.2 TCMWRITEthe process of sending and receiving letters The magazine is unable to enter into any correspondence on medical matters.(be in) correspondence with somebody He had been in correspondence with her for several years before they finally met. All correspondence between us must cease.3 CONNECTED WITHa relationship or connection between two or more ideas or factscorrespondence between There was no correspondence between the historical facts and Johnson’s account of them.
Examples from the Corpuscorrespondence• Why do they express contempt for any correspondence theories of epistemology that involve attentive engagement with the real?• Your fax should include copies of any correspondence you have received from our office.• And so began a long correspondence and a friendship with his distant cousin in Paris.• Finally, the findings are not necessarily consistent with each other, although substantial areas of correspondence exist.• Tin-plate models continue to provide a mass of correspondence.• Our concern in this section is merely to consider what use could be made today of correspondence for sociological purposes.• Unfortunately, Practically Speaking can not enter into personal correspondence on any topic - all correspondence must be conducted via Practically Speaking.• I start my day by reading correspondence and scribbling replies.• The biography is based on Marx's correspondence with Engels over 40 years.• In theory, she studied domestic science - dressmaking and cooking - and took a pitman's correspondence and typing course.• He picked up the correspondence and miscellaneous papers in the in-tray and quickly scanned the contents.• It is only a pity your correspondence can't be read by the Palace.(be in) correspondence with somebody• Bhakti Yoga is the way of emotion and devotion and love and correspondence with the mystic way.• In his correspondence with Theo he suddenly dropped his role of wise counsellor and turned into a beggar.• Sometimes the pronunciation of the phonetic element has no point of correspondence with the actual pronunciation of the whole character.• In a sense the inclusion of an implied term of correspondence with description is a little surprising.• After Geneva, Reagan had established an informal personal correspondence with the Soviet leader.• Prolonged correspondence with the Department of the Environment revealed that there were no plans for restoration.• Holmes, the grandfather of realism, maintained a remarkable correspondence with Laski.• There was correspondence with the family.correspondence between• There is a one-to-one correspondence between sound and alphabetical symbol in Spanish.From Longman Business Dictionarycorrespondencecor‧re‧spon‧dence /ˌkɒrəˈspɒndənsˌkɔːrəˈspɑːn-, ˌkɑː-/ noun [uncountable]1letters exchanged between people, especially business or official lettersAny correspondence concerning the inquiry should be sent to Mr Alan Wood.2the process of sending and receiving lettersDetails eventually were given after correspondence with the Western Board.