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1 an act of relating.
2 a telling or narrating.
3 the state or way of being related.
4 a connection or relationship between one person or thing and another.
5 someone who belongs to the same family through birth or marriage; a relative.
6 kinship.
7 a reference;
b respect.
8 (relations) social, political or personal contact between people, countries, etc.
9 (relations) euphem sexual intercourse.
in or with relation to something in reference to it; with respect to it.

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1 relating to or expressing relation.
2 grammar showing or expressing syntactic relation.
relationally adverb .

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1 the state of being related.
2 the state of being related by birth or marriage.
3 the friendship, contact, communications, etc which exist between people, countries, etc.
4 an emotional or sexual affair.

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noun a person who is related to someone else by birth or marriage.
1 compared with something else; comparative the relative speeds of a car and a train .
2 existing only in relation to something else -hot- and -cold- are relative terms .
3 (chiefly relative to something) in proportion to it; proportional salary relative to experience .
4 relevant information relative to the problem .
5 grammar
a said of a pronoun or adjective: referring to someone or something that has already been named and attaching a subordinate clause to it, eg who in the children who are playing ;
b said of a clause or phrase: attached to a preceding word, phrase, etc by a relative word such as which and who , or whose in the man whose cat was lost .
6 music said of major and minor keys: having the same key signature.
[16c: from Latin relativus referring]
relatively adverb .
relativeness noun .
relativity see separate entry.

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relative aperture
noun , photog in a camera: the ratio of the diameter of the lens to the focal distance, usually expressed as the f-number.

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