Relate



verb (used with object), related, relating.
1.
to tell; give an account of (an event, circumstance, etc.).
2.
to bring into or establish association, connection, or relation:
to relate events to probable causes.
verb (used without object), related, relating.
3.
to have reference (often followed by to).
4.
to have some relation (often followed by to).
5.
to establish a social or sympathetic relationship with a person or thing:
two sisters unable to relate to each other.
verb
1.
(transitive) to tell or narrate (a story, information, etc)
2.
(often foll by to) to establish association (between two or more things) or (of something) to have relation or reference (to something else)
3.
(intransitive) often foll by to. to form a sympathetic or significant relationship (with other people, things, etc)

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