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relate

relateVerb

relate ‎(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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Similar Words

energy-releasing - non-relativistic - relinquishment - mezzo-relievo - relationships - relinquishing - alto-relievo - relationship - reliableness - religionists - relinquished - self-reliant - relistening - relocations - reluctantly - relational - relativist - relaxation - relearning - releasable

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