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relate

verb   /rɪˈleɪt/ ( present participle relating, past tense and past participle related)
formal to tell a story or describe a series of events relatar, narrar 2195
→  Phrasal verbs relate to someone/something
(Definition of relate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

relate

verb /rəˈleit/
to tell (a story etc) relatar He related all that had happened to him.
(with to) to be about, concerned or connected with relacionar con, con relación a Have you any information relating to the effect of penicillin on mice?
(with to) to behave towards relacionarse (con) He finds it difficult to relate normally to his mother.
related adjective
belonging to the same family (as) emparentado I’m related to the Prime Minister The Prime Minister and I are related.
connected relacionado other related topics.
relation noun
a person who belongs to the same family as oneself either by birth or because of marriage pariente uncles, aunts, cousins and other relations.
a relationship (between facts, events etc). relación
(in plural ) contact and communications between people, countries etc relación The aim of the talks is to establish friendly relations between the two countries..
relationship noun
the friendship, contact, communications etc which exist between people relación He finds it very difficult to form lasting relationships.
the fact that, or the way in which, facts, events etc are connected relación Is there any relationship between crime and poverty?
the state of being related by birth or because of marriage. parentesco
relative /ˈrelətiv/ noun
a member of one’s family; a relation pariente All his relatives attended the funeral.
relatively /ˈrelətivli/ adverb
when compared to someone or something else relativamente He seems relatively happy now This is a fairly unimportant problem, relatively speaking.
relative clause /ˈrelətiv ˈkloːz/ noun
(linguistics) a part of a sentence that contains a verb and is joined to the rest of the sentence by a word such as ‘who’, ‘which’ or ‘that’ and gives additional information about someone or something. For example, in the sentence ‘The girl who is wearing the blue dress is my sister’, the relative clause is ‘who is wearing the blue dress’. Cláusula De Relativo
relative pronoun /ˈrelətiv ˈprouˌnaun/ noun
(linguistics) a pronoun such as ‘that’, ‘which’, or ‘who’ that starts a relative clause. Pronombre Relativo
(Definition of relate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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