interrelate

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verb in·ter·re·late \ˌin-tə(r)-ri-ˈlāt\

Definition of interrelate

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to bring into mutual relation

  3. intransitive verb
  4. :  to have mutual relationship

interrelation

play \ˌin-tə(r)-ri-ˈlā-shən\ noun

interrelationship

play \ˌin-tə(r)-ri-ˈlā-shən-ˌship\ 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.

1888

First Known Use of interrelate

1888


INTERRELATE Defined for English Language Learners

interrelate

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verb in·ter·re·late \ˌin-tə(r)-ri-ˈlāt\

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

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verb in·ter·re·late \ˌin-tər-ri-ˈlāt\

Definition of interrelate for Students

interrelated

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interrelating

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



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