correspond to

(いっち) To have the same idea.  To be in keeping with. Used about ideas or attitudes. “His attitude towards immigration corresponds to my own.”  Can be used about numbers  – but only in the sense of agreement:“We both conducted the same experiment and our data agree.”
(がいとう) To correspond to.  This is the one to use if you want to say, “Which Japanese word corresponds to the English word ‘dingleberry?’”  Or if you’re explaining a graph, and you want to say, “The vertical axis represents time, and the horizontal axis represents profit.” You’d use 該当.   $$$
たる(あたる) Basically the same as 該当、but 当たる also has a LOT of other meanings, whereas 該当 is more specific.
(てきおう) Usually means ‘adapt to’, but sometimes it means ‘apply to’, as in, ‘This restriction applies to children, but not to adults.’
する(いみする) To stand for or symbolize something. “The ‘E’ in ‘E = mc2’ stands for ‘energy.’