interrelate

verb
in·ter·re·late | \ ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlāt , ˌin-tə- \
interrelated; interrelating; interrelates

Definition of interrelate 

transitive verb

: to bring into mutual relation

intransitive verb

: to have mutual relationship

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Other words from interrelate

interrelation \ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlā-shən, ˌin-tə- \ noun
interrelationship \ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlā-shən-ˌship, ˌin-tə- \ noun

Examples of interrelate in a Sentence

I like the way the characters interrelate in the novel. Linguists have found that language interrelates closely with culture. Linguists have tried to interrelate language with culture.
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Is all of this just Fox’s insurance policy, trying to create as large and interrelated an X-Universe as possible? Peter Rubin, WIRED, "We Need to Talk About That Deadpool 2 Credits Scene," 21 May 2018 If this was a farm dispute that's one thing, but this is a direct threat to our national security and our economic well-being, which are interrelated. Fox News, "Sen. Rubio on whether Trump has reversed course on China," 16 May 2018 The researchers theorize that the results of the two studies are interrelated. Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times, "How Exercise Can Keep Aging Muscles and Immune Systems ‘Young’," 14 Mar. 2018 Social science and natural science could be explored during physical education classes, showing how subjects are integrated and interrelated. Kimberly Garrison, Philly.com, "Recess is essential to healthy child development | Opinion," 6 Sep. 2017 And, like the tangled veins of cypress roots that meander this way and that in the swamp, everything in New Orleans is interrelated, wrapped around itself in ways that aren't always obvious. George Varga, sandiegouniontribune.com, "New Orleans music legend Dr. John reflects on a lifetime of song and adversity," 22 July 2017

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First Known Use of interrelate

1888, in the meaning defined at transitive sense

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The first known use of interrelate was in 1888

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More Definitions for interrelate

interrelate

verb

English Language Learners Definition of interrelate

: to have a close or shared relationship

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

interrelate

verb
in·ter·re·late | \ ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlāt \
interrelated; interrelating

Kids Definition of interrelate

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

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