interrelate

verb in·ter·re·late \ ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlāt , ˌin-tə- \
Updated on: 22 May 2018

Definition of interrelate

: to bring into mutual relation
: to have mutual relationship

interrelation

play \ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlā-shən, ˌin-tə-\ noun

interrelationship

play \ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlā-shən-ˌship, ˌin-tə-\ noun

Examples of interrelate in a Sentence

  1. I like the way the characters interrelate in the novel.

  2. Linguists have found that language interrelates closely with culture.

  3. Linguists have tried to interrelate language with culture.

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First Known Use of interrelate

1888

in the meaning defined at transitive sense

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INTERRELATE Defined for English Language Learners

interrelate

Definition of interrelate for English Language Learners

  • : to have a close or shared relationship

  • : to make or show a relationship between (things or people)


INTERRELATE Defined for Kids

interrelate

verb in·ter·re·late \ ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlāt \

Definition of interrelate for Students

interrelated; interrelating
: to bring into or have a connection with each other
  • The book interrelates two stories.


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