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re·li·ant

 (rĭ-lī′ənt)
adj.
Having or exhibiting reliance; dependent: reliant on medication.

re·li′ant·ly adv.

re•li•ant

(rɪˈlaɪ ənt)

adj.
1. having or showing dependence.
2. confident; trustful.
[1855–60]
re•li′ant•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reliant - relying on another for support; "dependent on Middle Eastern oil"
dependent - relying on or requiring a person or thing for support, supply, or what is needed; "dependent children"; "dependent on moisture"

reliant

adjective
Determined or to be determined by someone or something else:
Translations
واثِق، مُعْتَمِد على
odkázanýspoléhající se
afhængig
bizalommal levõ
háîur, sem reiîir sig á e-î/e-n
spoliehajúci sa

reliant

[rɪˈlaɪənt] ADJ to be reliant on sth/sbdepender de algo/algn

reliant

[rɪˈlaɪənt] adj
to be reliant on sth/sb → dépendre de qch/qn

reliant

adj (= dependent)angewiesen (→ on, upon auf +acc) ? self-reliant

reliant

[rɪˈlaɪənt] adj to be reliant on sth/sbdipendere da qc/qn

rely

(rəˈlai) : rely on verb
1. to depend on or need. The people on the island relied on the supplies that were brought from the mainland; I am relying on you to help me.
2. to trust (someone) to do something; to be certain that (something will happen). Can he rely on him to keep a secret?; He can be relied on; That is what will probably happen, but we can't rely on it.
reˈliable (-ˈlai-) adjective
(negative unreliable) able to be trusted. Is he reliable?; Is this information reliable?
reˌliaˈbility noun
reˈliably (-ˈlai-) adverb
from a reliable source; by a reliable person. I am reliably informed that the Prime Minister is going to resign.
reˈliance (-ˈlai-) noun
a country's reliance on aid from other countries; a child's reliance on its mother.
reˈliant adjective
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Also, the Greek study reported (10) that SKO was rare under 45 years of age, and the prevalence increased reliantly until 80 years of age and then decreased.