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unrelated

(ˌʌnrɪˈleɪtɪd)
adj
1. not connected or associated: an unrelated incident.
2. not connected by kinship or marriage
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrelated - lacking a logical or causal relation
related, related to - being connected either logically or causally or by shared characteristics ; "painting and the related arts"; "school-related activities"; "related to micelle formation is the...ability of detergent actives to congregate at oil-water interfaces"
2.unrelated - not connected by kinshipunrelated - not connected by kinship    
related - connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage

unrelated

adjective
1. unconnected, different, dissimilar, unlike, not related Two of them died from entirely unrelated causes.
2. irrelevant, unconnected, extraneous, beside the point, inappropriate, inapplicable, unassociated, not germane Two other detectives have been suspended in an unrelated matter.
Translations

unrelated

[ˈʌnrɪˈleɪtɪd] ADJ
1. (= unconnected) → inconexo
2. (by family) → no emparentado
they are unrelated to each otherno están emparentados

unrelated

[ˌʌnrɪˈleɪtɪd] adj
(= unconnected) [incidents, causes] → sans rapport (l'un(e) avec l'autre)
a series of unrelated incidents → une série d'incidents sans rapport les uns avec les autres
unrelated to sth → sans rapport avec qch
[people] → sans lien de parenté
to be unrelated → ne pas avoir de lien de parenté
unrelated to sb → sans lien de parenté avec qn

unrelated

adj (= unconnected)ohne Beziehung (to zu); (by family) → nicht verwandt; unrelated to realitywirklichkeitsfremd; the two events are unrelated/are not unrelateddie beiden Ereignisse stehen in keinem Zusammenhang miteinander/sind nicht gänzlich ohne Zusammenhang; they are unrelated (to each other) (people)sie sind nicht (miteinander) verwandt

unrelated

[ˌʌnrɪˈleɪtɪd] adj unrelated (to) (unconnected) → senza nesso or rapporto (con); (by family) → non imparentato/a (con), senza legami di parentela (con)

unrelated

adj (not connected) no asociado; (not family) no emparentado
References in classic literature ?
Fast along- side a wharf, littered like any ship in port with a tangle of unrelated things, invaded by unrelated shore people, I had hardly seen her yet properly.
She had another faint smile of a fugitive and unrelated kind as if she had been thinking of far-off things, then roused herself to grave animation.
He was now concerned only with the nearest practical matters unrelated to his past interests, and he seized on these the more eagerly the more those past interests were closed to him.
The Freshmen, instead of being a collection of unrelated individuals, found themselves a class, with a class spirit, a class yell, class interests, class antipathies and class ambitions.
When I strive to remember, I have a riot of unrelated impressions and a loss of time-value.
And so the farrago of unrelated memories continued to rise vocal on Skipper's lips to the heave of his body and the beat of his arms, while Jerry, crouched against the side of the bunk mourned and mourned his grief and inability to be of help.
He had merely skimmed over the surface of things, observing detached phenomena, accumulating fragments of facts, making superficial little generalizations - and all and everything quite unrelated in a capricious and disorderly world of whim and chance.
Gluck's confession, before he went to the electric chair, threw much light upon the series of mysterious events, many apparently unrelated, that so perturbed the world between the years 1933 and 1941.
This is only a record of broken and apparently unrelated memories, some of them as distinct and sequent as brilliant beads upon a thread, others remote and strange, having the character of crimson dreams with interspaces blank and black--witch-fires glowing still and red in a great desolation.
Many pictures, unrelated, came and went in Bassett's mind as he reviewed that period of his terrible wanderings.
Evidently this Culture is not a mere knowledge of books, unrelated to the rest of life.
She felt how she had always been unrelated to this world.