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Definition of Relate
Relate Re*late", v. i.
1. To stand in some relation; to have bearing or concern; to
pertain; to refer; -- with to.
All negative or privative words relate positive
2. To make reference; to take account. [R.& Obs.]
Reckoning by the years of their own consecration
without relating to any imperial account. --Fuller.
Meaning of Relate from wikipedia
is a charity providing relationship support throughout
Kingdom. Services include counselling
for couples, families, young people
is a British charity providing relationship
may also refer
, a 2013 album
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Institute, a department...
- The Relate Institute
is a department
at the High Melton
campus, providing courses
in relationship studies
- Can't Relate
is the first
full-length LP release
by Caustic Christ October
14, 2003. The CD version features extra tracks
self-titled EP and...
2014. Kapoor, Kritika
(30 July 2012). "Adhuna Akhtar
to the term 'star wife'". The Times
of India. Retrieved
or a noun (viz. a demonym). In adjectival
use, it means
"of or relating
to the United
States"; for example, "Elvis Presley
was an American
- saw Corbyn
as a "man that speaks
with p****ion" and added
that he could
to what [Corbyn] says and have never
felt like that before". Graham
was the name of a w****ly syndicated newspaper column written
by Rabbi Philip
R. Alstat, that appeared
in the Jewish press
- 2015. I'm in Sundance
and I have a three
w**** old baby, so I can certainly relate
. Serico, Chris
(April 23, 2015). "'I had tumors
on both ovaries': Cobie...
- ha'Dibrot), also known
as the Decalogue, are a set of biblical principles relating
and worship, which
play a fundamental
role in Judaism
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