US: /ˌɹiˈɫeɪtɪd/, /ɹiˈɫeɪtɪd/, /ɹɪˈɫeɪtɪd/
English Vietnamese dictionary
- tính từ
- có liên quan, có quan hệ với ai/ cái gì
- có họ với (cùng một họ, cùng một tầng lớp )
Advanced English dictionary
1 connected with sth/sb in some way: Much of the crime in this area is related to drug abuse. + These problems are closely related. + a related issue / question + a stress-related illness
2 in the same family: Are you related to Margaret? + We're distantly related.
3 belonging to the same group: related species / languages + The llama is related to the camel.
relatedness noun [U]
1 associate(d), affiliate(d), connected, coupled, linked, tied up, allied, correlated, coordinate(d), interconnected, interrelated, interdependent, mutual, reciprocal, common, joint, cognate:
She and her husband work for related companies.
2 kin, kindred, consanguineous, cognate, agnate; akin:
Just how are you two related? Are you cousins?
closely, integrally, intimately, strongly
The two ideas are very closely related.
| inextricably | loosely | not necessarily | largely | partly | directly | indirectly
The old rates were at least indirectly related to income; the new tax takes no account of a person's ability to pay.
| broadly, roughly | specifically | fundamentally | positively | inversely, negatively
The traditional approach has tended to regard unemployment and inflation as being inversely related.
| apparently | clearly, obviously | causally, contextually, functionally, logically, thematically
Is unemployment causally related to crime?
The occurrence of the disease is apparently related to standards of hygiene.
2 of the same family
closely | distantly | genetically
All the bees in the colony are genetically related.
He claims to be distantly related to the British royal family.
Concise English dictionary
+being connected either logically or causally or by shared characteristics
+connected by kinship, common origin, or marriage
+similar or related in quality or character
+having close kinship and appropriateness
+make a logical or causal connection
+have to do with or be relevant to
+give an account of
+be in a relationship with
+have or establish a relationship to