Similar words: related, relate, prelate, relative, relation, relatively, correlation, in relation to. Meaning: adj. being connected either logically or causally or by shared characteristics.
Random good picture Not show
(1) Much of the crime in this area is related to drug abuse.
(2) In the future, pay increases will be related to productivity.
(3) Much of the violence is related to drugs and gang warfare.
(4) His father's distantly related to the Royal family.
(5) Are you related to Margaret?
(6) He professed a distaste for everything related to money.
(7) We regard health as inversely related to social class.
(8) She believes she's related to royalty.
(9) The llama is related to the camel.
(10) Education levels are strongly related to income.
(11) The Belgian language is closely related to French.
(12) He is distantly related to the family.
(13) Wealth is seldom related to happiness.
(14) She is related to me by marriage.
(15) She claims she is related to royalty.
(16) He suffers with memory loss related to his disease.
(17) I might be related to him.
(18) I am not related to him in any way.
(19) Is unemployment causally related to crime?
(20) Low birth weight is related to economic deprivation.
(21) He is related to her by marriage.
(22) Poor educational performance is related to emotional disturbance.
(23) The unemployment figures are not necessarily related to the rise in prices.
(24) She claims she is related to the Queen/claims to be related to the Queen.
(25) They said the allegations related to an isolated case of cheating.
(26) He claims to be distantly related to the British royal family.
(27) The occurrence of the disease is apparently related to standards of hygiene.
(28) Experts believe that the large number of cancer cases in the area are directly related to the new nuclear power station.
(29) The only stipulation is that the topic you choose must be related to your studies.
(30) One is also able to see how specific acts are related to a temporal and spatial context.
More similar words: related, relate, prelate, relative, relation, relatively, correlation, in relation to, relationship, isolated, insulated, used to, be used to, be supposed to, relax, revelation, elaborate, late, slate, plate, later, unabated, defeated, latent, lately, truncated, laminated, estimated, emaciated, decorated.