1. an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together
2. the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
3. a person related by blood or marriage;
4. an act of narration;
5. (law) the principle that an act done at a later time is deemed by law to have occurred at an earlier time;
6. (usually plural) mutual dealings or connections among persons or groups;
The close intergrowth and interdependent relation exist in mass media and social structure.
Her relation with her aunt superficial as that of chance lodgers who pass on the stairs.
And the article refers also the relation of Burckhart's thinking with Schopenhauer's philosophy.
Observation of the Relation of Histopathological Changes of Alopecia Areata to Pilus Regeneration.
Undeniably, Albert Camus'absurd philosophy has relation to his own experienceof life and philosophical thought of forefathers.
The theme of triangle relation is present throughout Natsume Soseki? s early trilogy.
Thirdly, we demonstrate the relation between factor technology and distribution institution.
One good friend is worth a hundred relation.
There exist a relation of triangular wave curve between voltage of tuned loop and external flux.
Objective To study the relation between P wave dispersion, P wave width and paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
The relation of principal and agent is ordinarily created by agreement of the parties.
The relation of disease to poverty and ignorance is easy to see.
You should be prepared to talk knowledgeably about the requirements of the position for which you are applying in relation to your own professional experiences and interests.
Time just consists of the relation of before and after among events.
I understand him to be a distant relation.
There were some mediate contacts between the two countries before their diplomatic relation was established.
Maybe we can coordinate the relation of them.
He is a distant relation of mine.
There's no relation between the two things.
The project was outlined with relation to available funds.
I have a lot to say in relation to that affair.
This theory bears no relation to reality.
Watercolour still seems somehow to be the poor relation of oil painting.
You are given a map so that you can see where your villa is in relation to the swimming pool.
He had a relation who lived up the road.
He is the sixth person to be arrested in relation to the coup plot.
For many software packages, the price bears little relation to cost.
The money he'd been ordered to pay was minimal in relation to his salary.
It is a question of the relation of ethics to economics.
In America they are touting Hugh Grant as the next Cary Grant (no relation).
in relation to
in the context of; in connection with
there is an ambiguity in the provisions in relation to children's hearings.
of act lovemaking intercourse dealings coition marriage venery copulation love sex sexual coitus truck
blood ties line family relationship ancestry common consanguinity cognation kinship
description recitation retelling recapitulation depiction recital rehearsal portrayal narration representation
account narrative folktale biography tale life-story story yarn allegory fable history
affiliation liaison rapport relationship tie relativity link alliance union connectedness interconnection association connection concatenation relatedness
There is relatively little information about relation, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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