related

related
related [rɪˈleɪtɪd]
adjective
   a. (in family) [person] parent ; [animal, species, language] apparenté (to sth à qch)
• he is related to Jane il est parent de Jane
• she is related to us elle est notre parente
• they are related to each other ils sont parents
• he is related by marriage to Paul c'est un parent par alliance de Paul
• two closely related species deux espèces très proches
   b. ( = connected) to be related to sth être lié à qch
• cookware, cutlery, and related products les ustensiles de cuisine, les couverts et les produits du même ordre
• geometry and other related subjects la géométrie et les sujets qui s'y rattachent
• a related issue un problème du même ordre
• the two events are not related ces deux événements n'ont pas de rapport
• two closely related questions deux questions étroitement liées
• health-related problems problèmes mpl liés à la santé
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[rɪ'leɪtɪd]
adjective
1) [person, language] apparenté (by, through par; to à)

to be related by marriage — être parents par alliance

2) (connected) [subject] connexe (to à); [area, idea, incident] lié (to à); [species] similaire (to à)

the murders are related — les crimes sont liés

drug/work-related — lié à la drogue/au travail


English-French dictionary. 2013.

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