Examples of related in a Sentence
ancient history and other related subjects
I just found out that my best friend and I are related through distant cousins.
Horses and donkeys are related.
The words “play” and “playful” are related.
Recent Examples of related from the Web
Sydear Green, of the 1800 block of West Norris Street, was charged with two counts of murder and related offenses in the deaths of Viktoriya Manasyan, 20, and Rashawn Miller, 21.
Japan as whole has relatively low HPV vaccination rates, and Hanley believes that means the country is unlikely to see any reduction in its current 9000-plus cases of cervical cancer and 3000 related deaths each year.
Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in theatre or related field and at least three years experience.
Covington City Commission voted unanimously to approve an agreement with Covington Independent Public Schools for $80,000 annually, plus any related training expenses.
In this half-hour, comedic medical advice show, Jeong dispenses his expertise while also performing related comedy bits in front of a studio audience.
Colyer also signed two other measures that promote transparency and made a related executive order.
Any such lawsuit needed to have been filed in the 1990s—Texas has a two-year statute of limitations for related civil claims.
But in fact, there’s no puzzle at all, just vaguely related stuff, some of it really good, and some of it bad.
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RELATED Defined for English Language Learners
: connected in some way
: in the same family
: belonging to the same group because of shared characteristics, qualities, etc.
RELATED Defined for Kids
- painting and the related arts
- We call her “auntie,” but we're not actually related.
- Horses and zebras are related.
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