relateVerbrelate (third-person singular simple present relates, present participle relating, simple past and past participle related)
(transitive) To tell in a descriptive way.
(transitive) To give an association.
(transitive) To make a connection or correlation from one thing to another.
(intransitive) To have a connection. I find it difficult to relate to others because i'm extremely introverted.
(intransitive) To interact.
(intransitive) To respond through reaction.
(intransitive, with to) To identify with, understand.
(obsolete) To bring back; to restore.
Example Sentences Including 'relate'
The concept cannot relate to international law, nor can it relate to national law.
You think you should be able to relate or get other people to relate.
– do not relate to strictly personal matters;
- Moreover, appropriations should relate to specific activities.
- Its positive proposals relate to migration policies.
I relate primarily to micas, quartz, feldspar.
Others relate tothe selection of technology solutions.
My overriding concerns relate to domestic costs.
- Your questions relate to a Commission initiative.
- Most relate to the draft implementing regulation.
The equation is different. It doesn't relate.
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