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relate to sth

phrasal verb with relate
 
 
/rɪˈleɪt/ verb
to be directly connected to something, or to refer directly to it: How closely do its prices relate to its costs? Everything we are going to discuss today basically relates to customer-service issues.relating to sth The government has confirmed recently that important files relating to the sale have disappeared.
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