Definition of interrelated
: having a mutual or reciprocal relation
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The report describes three interrelated studies that were conducted with the use of data collected from cameras worn by 245 officers during 981 stops in April 2014.
But zooming out to consider the full scope of the media landscape, this tech triumvirate is surprisingly interrelated, as one can see Mary Meeker’s annual slideshow extravaganza of tech and media trends.
The world’s gathering environmental problems are deeply interrelated, and they can’t be effectively addressed in isolation: water here, energy there, transportation somewhere else,
There’s a term among scientists for those interrelated, gathering problems: the Anthropocene.
The interrelated killings have resulted in the arrest of 18 people.
The Bessinger name now dominates South Carolina barbecue, presiding over a complex diaspora of interrelated but not always amicable interests.
The group had to address several interrelated technical challenges.
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