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allied

adjective al·lied \ə-ˈlīd, ˈa-ˌlīd\

: joined in a relationship in which people, groups, countries etc., agree to work together

Allied : of or relating to the nations that fought together against Germany in World War I and World War II

: related or connected

Full Definition of ALLIED

1
:  having or being in close association :  connected <two families allied by marriage>
2
:  joined in alliance by compact or treaty; specifically capitalized :  of or relating to the nations united against Germany and its allies in World War I or those united against the Axis powers in World War II
3
a :  related especially by common properties or qualities <heraldry and allied subjects>
b :  related genetically

Examples of ALLIED

  1. <people with foreign language fluency and an allied skill such as the ability to relate to people from different cultures>

First Known Use of ALLIED

14th century

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