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Japanese translation of relationship

relationship

noun
 
/rɪˈleɪ·ʃən·ʃɪp/
B1 the way two people feel and behave towards each other
人間関係, つき合い
He has a very good relationship with his older sister.
B1 a sexual or romantic friendship
恋愛関係, 性的関係
I don’t feel ready for a relationship at the moment.
the way in which two things are connected
関連性, つながり
the relationship between sunburn and skin cancer
(Definition of relationship from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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