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re·lat·ed

 (rĭ-lā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Being connected; associated.
2. Connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage.
3. Music Having a close harmonic connection.

re·lat′ed·ly adv.
re·lat′ed·ness n.

related

(rɪˈleɪtɪd)
adj
1. connected; associated
2. connected by kinship or marriage
3. (Music, other) (in diatonic music) denoting or relating to a key that has notes in common with another key or keys
reˈlatedness n

re•lat•ed

(rɪˈleɪ tɪd)

adj.
1. associated; connected.
2. allied by kinship, marriage, or common origin.
3. harmonically interconnected: related musical keys.
[1595–1605]
re•lat′ed•ness, n.

related

If something is related to something else, the two things are connected in some way.

This species is related to the familiar grass snake Natrix natrix.
Physics is closely related to mathematics.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.related - 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"
unrelated - lacking a logical or causal relation
2.related - connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage
lineal, direct - in a straight unbroken line of descent from parent to child; "lineal ancestors"; "lineal heirs"; "a direct descendant of the king"; "direct heredity"
collateral, indirect - descended from a common ancestor but through different lines; "cousins are collateral relatives"; "an indirect descendant of the Stuarts"
unrelated - not connected by kinship

related

adjective
1. associated, linked, allied, joint, accompanying, connected, affiliated, akin, correlated, interconnected, concomitant, cognate, agnate equipment and accessories for diving and related activities
associated separate, unrelated, unconnected
2. akin, kin, kindred, cognate, consanguineous, agnate He is related by marriage to some of the complainants.
akin unrelated

related

adjective
Connected by or as if by kinship or common origin:
Translations
قَريب، نَسيبمتعلقمُتَعَلِّق، لَهُ عَلاقَهمُرْتَبِط
příbuznýsouvisejícísouvisící
forbundetbeslægtet
sukua oleva
povezan
skyldurtengdur
親類の
관계가 있는
súvisiaci
vara släkt med
เกี่ยวข้องกัน
có quan hệ

related

[rɪˈleɪtɪd] ADJ
1. (= connected) [subject] → relacionado, afín; [language] → afín; [issue, problem, offence] → relacionado
this murder is not related to the othereste asesinato no está relacionado con el otro
pay rises are related to performancelos aumentos de sueldo guardan relación con el rendimiento
the two events are not relatedlos dos sucesos no guardan relación
2. (= attached by family)
2.1. [people] they are relatedson parientes, están emparentados
are you two related?¿sois familia?¿sois parientes?
we are closely/distantly relatedsomos parientes cercanos/lejanos
are you related to the prisoner?¿es usted pariente del prisionero?
the two women aren't related to each otherlas dos mujeres no están emparentadas
to be related to sb by or through marriageser pariente político de algn
2.2. [animals, plants] termites are closely related to cockroacheslas termitas son de la misma familia que las cucarachas

related

[rɪˈleɪtɪd] adj
(= part of same family) → parent(e)
We're related → Nous sommes parents.
to be related to sb → avoir un lien de parenté avec qn
to be related to sb by marriage → avoir une parenté par alliance avec qn
It turned out that she was related to him by marriage → Il s'est avéré qu'elle avait avec lui une parenté par alliance.
[species, languages] → apparenté(e)
closely related → étroitement apparenté(e)
closely related species → des espèces étroitement apparentées
to be related to sth [species, language] → être apparenté(e) à qch
Sanskrit is related very closely to some European languages → Le sanskrit est très étroitement apparenté à certaines langues européennes.
(= connected) → lié(e)
The two issues are closely related → Ces deux problèmes sont étroitement liés.
The two events were not related
BUT Il n'y avait aucun rapport entre les deux événements.Les deux événements n'étaient pas liés.
equipment for diving and related activities
BUT du matériel pour la plongée et les activités connexes.
related to sth → relatif/ive à qch

related

adj
(in family) → verwandt (to mit); related by or through marriageangeheiratet, verschwägert; he is related to the president by or through marriageer ist durch Heirat mit dem Präsidenten verwandt
(= connected)zusammenhängend; elements, languages, productsverwandt; issues(sach)verwandt; to be related to somethingmit etw zusammenhängen, mit etw verwandt sein; related topicsverwandte Themen; the two events are not relateddie beiden Ereignisse hängen nicht miteinander zusammen or haben nichts miteinander zu tun; two closely related questionszwei eng miteinander verknüpfte Fragen; health-related problemsgesundheitliche Probleme pl; earnings-related pensionseinkommensabhängige Renten pl

related

[rɪˈleɪtɪd] adj
a. (connected, YYY, subject) → connesso/a, collegato/a; (substances, languages) → affine
b. (attached by family, person) related toimparentato/a con
we are distantly related → siamo parenti alla lontana

relate

(rəˈleit) verb
1. to tell (a story etc). He related all that had happened to him.
2. (with to) to be about, concerned or connected with. Have you any information relating to the effect of penicillin on mice?
3. (with to) to behave towards. He finds it difficult to relate normally to his mother.
reˈlated adjective
1. belonging to the same family (as). I'm related to the Prime Minister; The Prime Minister and I are related.
2. connected. other related topics.
reˈlation noun
1. a person who belongs to the same family as oneself either by birth or because of marriage. uncles, aunts, cousins and other relations.
2. a relationship (between facts, events etc).
3. (in plural) contact and communications between people, countries etc. to establish friendly relations.
reˈlationship noun
1. the friendship, contact, communications etc which exist between people. He finds it very difficult to form lasting relationships.
2. the fact that, or the way in which, facts, events etc are connected. Is there any relationship between crime and poverty?
3. the state of being related by birth or because of marriage.
relative (ˈrelətiv) noun
a member of one's family; a relation. All his relatives attended the funeral.
adjective
1. compared with something else, or with each other, or with a situation in the past etc. the relative speeds of a car and a train; She used to be rich but now lives in relative poverty.
2. (of a pronoun, adjective or clause) referring back to something previously mentioned. the girl who sang the song; the girl who sang the song.
relatively (ˈrelətivli) adverb
when compared to someone or something else. He seems relatively happy now; This is a fairly unimportant problem, relatively speaking.

related

مُرْتَبِط související forbundet verwandt σχετικός emparentado sukua oleva lié povezan imparentato 親類の 관계가 있는 gerelateerd beslektet związany relacionado связанный vara släkt med เกี่ยวข้องกัน akraba có quan hệ 相关的

related

a. relacionado-a; emparentado-a.

related

adj emparentado; (associated) relacionado; She is related to me..Es pariente mía… cancer-related complications..complicaciones relacionadas con el cáncer; — donor donante emparentado, donante que es familiar de uno
References in classic literature ?
Those things are called relative, which, being either said to be of something else or related to something else, are explained by reference to that other thing.
Most of the anecdotes, if not relating to the state service, related to people in the service.
The events related by GABRIEL BETTEREDGE, house-steward in the service of JULIA, LADY VERINDER
For it should be remembered that the competition will generally be most severe between those forms which are most nearly related to each other in habits, constitution, and structure.
No circumstance of importance, from the beginning to the end of the disclosure, shall be related on hearsay evidence.
What Benjamin thereupon told me, exactly coincided with what Miserrimus Dexter had told me--as related in the thirtieth chapter of my narrative.
Graham's" remarkable question, addressed to the landlady, had related to legal business, and to the discovery of a trust-worthy person capable of transacting it for her.
I could not recover myself in some time, till the governor assured me, "that I should receive no hurt:" and observing my two companions to be under no concern, who had been often entertained in the same manner, I began to take courage, and related to his highness a short history of my several adventures; yet not without some hesitation, and frequently looking behind me to the place where I had seen those domestic spectres.
Tollmidge, "I never even heard of him, in my husband's lifetime; I never even knew that he was really related to Lord Lydiard, till I found his letters.
But Fortune, who had other designs in her head, put an immediate stop to any such proceeding, by introducing an accident, which will be related in the next chapter.
In very many published narratives no little degree of attention is bestowed upon dates; but as the author lost all knowledge of the days of the week, during the occurrence of the scenes herein related, he hopes that the reader will charitably pass over his shortcomings in this particular.
Yet he has related the incident herein set down to at least one person without exacting a pledge of secrecy.