related

related
related [{{t}}rɪ'leɪtɪd]
adjective
(a) (in family) parent; (animal, species) apparenté; (language) de même famille, proche;
we are related nous sommes parents;
she is related to the president elle est parente du président;
they are related on his father's side ils sont parents par son père;
to be related by marriage to sb être parent de qn par alliance;
they aren't related ils n'ont aucun lien de parenté;
they are closely related ils sont proches parents;
an animal related to the cat un animal apparenté au ou de la famille du chat
(b) (connected) connexe, lié; (neighbouring) voisin;
psychoanalysis and other related areas la psychanalyse et les domaines qui s'y rattachent;
problems related to health problèmes qui se rattachent ou qui touchent à la santé;
the cost of the project is directly related to… le coût du projet est directement lié à;
the two topics are closely related les deux sujets sont étroitement liés;
the two events are not related les deux événements n'ont aucun rapport
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