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relation

noun uk   us   /rɪˈleɪ.ʃən/

relation noun (FRIENDSHIP)

relations [plural]
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B2 the way in which two people or groups of people feel and behave towards each other: Relations between him and his new wife are rather strained.formal Britain enjoys friendly relations with Canada.

relation noun (CONNECTION)

B2 [U] the connection or similarity between two things: The relation between the original book and this new film is very faint. She bears no relation to (= she is not similar to) her brother.in/with relation to sth B2 in connection with something: She used the map to discover where she was in relation to her surroundings.

relation noun (FAMILY MEMBER)

B1 [C] a member of your family: The funeral was attended by friends and relations. She's a relation by marriage because she married my cousin.
Traducciones de “relation”
en coreano 친척…
en árabe قَريب…
en portugués aparentado, -a, parente…
en catalán parent, -a…
en japonés 親類, 親戚…
en italiano parente…
en chino (tradicionál) 友好關係…
en ruso связь, зависимость, родственник…
en turco ilgi, ilişki, bağ…
en chino (simplificado) 友好关系…
en polaco związek, krewn-y/a…
(Definition of relation from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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