in·​ter·​re·​lat·​ed | \ ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlā-təd How to pronounce interrelated (audio) , ˌin-tə-\

Definition of interrelated

: having a mutual or reciprocal relation

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Other Words from interrelated

interrelatedly adverb
interrelatedness noun

Examples of interrelated in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The subpoena also sought records relating to several interrelated companies and their officers, including Oakk Construction. Jason Meisner,, "City inspector accused of lying to FBI about relationship with developers involved in Ald. Carrie Austin probe," 18 July 2019 Solving these puzzles means that the combined effects of many interrelated processes—like tides, waves, ocean circulation, storm surges, and rainfall runoff—can be simulated at coastlines and in the ocean, all in the same graphic. Susan Crawford, WIRED, "Computer Models, Epic Floods, and the Fate of Coastal Cities," 18 July 2019 Uber The aerospace, rail, and nuclear industries also break down safety problems into their essential, interrelated components. Michael J. Coren, Quartz, "Uber made a blueprint for safe self-driving cars it wants the rest of the industry to follow," 18 July 2019 The individual movies under the MCU banner need to be narratively sticky enough to ensnare a global audience, connecting the dots as interrelated narratives and keeping the whole ball of profitable goo rolling along. Michael Phillips,, "‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ review: After the ‘Endgame,' Spidey takes a European vacation (and saves the world)," 27 June 2019 The proximate causes of the bond-yield decline are numerous, interrelated and hard to quantify. Sam Goldfarb, WSJ, "Bond-Yield Plunge Confounds the World’s Economy," 23 June 2019 The subpoena also sought records relating to several interrelated companies and their officers, including 995 LLC, Koal EnterprisesMako Properties Inc., Maxwell Services, and Oakk Construction. Juan Perez Jr.,, "Fed investigation of Ald. Carrie Austin includes look at her purchase of a West Pullman home," 20 June 2019 These three other territories had their own royal families, who were deeply interrelated and constantly quarrelling over questions of succession. National Geographic, "To seize power in Spain, Queen Isabella had to play it smart," 28 Mar. 2019 Those models are created by solving an interrelated system of equations at every point on a grid representing Earth. Quanta Magazine, "Scientists Parse Ocean’s Dynamic Role in Climate Change," 11 Apr. 2013

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First Known Use of interrelated

1827, in the meaning defined above

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