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related (German)

Part of Speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
to | together | to | hang, simple past: to | connected | to | together, participle II: to | to | to | to | to | | to | hang
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [t͡suˈzamənˌhɛŋən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) have their ground in something; to be related to something else, called; be interconnected in such a way that there is mutual dependency
2) be physically / spatially connected to each other
Origin of the term:
Derivation (derivation) to the verbhang with the derivativetogether-
Related terms:
1) interdependent
3) hang together, couple, couple together
Application examples:
1) A fear hangs with the aspect of ownership together, which even today still characterizes many love relationships: For a man, losing a woman means - besides everything else - the loss of a "property" as well as a decisive loss of prestige.
1) The level of education and wage level hang closely together.
2) Still hangs the robe together, but it threatens to disintegrate into pieces.
2) Yes, we do hang with pleasure together, actually every day after school.
2) The relations of the faunas of two landmasses, which formerly related but were later separated by intervening inlets, always show themselves to be significantly influenced by the duration of that separation.
Typical word combinations:
1) A. hangs with B together
context
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. are related; you are related; he she it is connected
Simple past: I. was related
Participle II: related
Subjunctive II: i would be related
Imperative: singular hang together!; Plural is connected!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Basque: 1) -ekin erlazionatuta egon
  • English: 1) be involved with, have to do with
  • Esperanto: 1) rilati
  • French: 1) être en rapport avec, dépendre de
  • Italian: 1) essere in rapporto con, essere in relazione con, essere correlato a, essere dovuto a, essere conseguenza di, dipendere; 2) essere unito, essere attiguo, essere vicino
  • Japanese: 1) 関 わ る (か か わ る, kakawaru)
  • Latin: 1) cohaerere
  • Sardinian: 1) accunsentire
  • Spanish: 1) tener que ver con
  • Czech: 1) souviset; 2) navazovat
  • Hungarian: 1) összeugtg
  • Alemannic: related
  • Bavarian:
  • Low German: related
  • East Central German:

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Various bomb threats against German courts. Whether and how this related is still being determined. The searches of the courthouses have so far been without any bombs.
Epoch Times, Jan. 11, 2019

Whether the fires related, still needs to be clarified.
Mopo, November 01, 2018

Can pain when penetrating with the diameter related?
BuzzFeed, October 30, 2018

YouTuber Tanzverbot talks about his mood swings with his sugar consumption related.
Day 24, March 9, 2019

A study shows that more hair loss occurs with a large workload related could.
Today.at, October 26, 2019

Why global warming and social justice closely related.
Mopo, September 27, 2019

The body was found with the discovery of 98 kilograms of drugs on the coast related.
DiePresse.com, January 20, 2020

Why did KD leave the Warriors? Coach Kerr has a guess and could be with LeBron James related.
Spox, November 07, 2019

A body found between Messina and Palermo could lead to the discovery of 98 kilograms of drugs related.
Kleine Zeitung, January 20, 2020

During the excavations in an allotment garden near Hanover, the one with the Maddie case related, the police came across a basement room.
BILD.de, July 29, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • accompanied by
  • being related
  • correlate: condition each other; are interrelated with each other
  • to covariate
  • this includes
  • to be in connection with
  • have to do with

Another word (synonym) for related - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "related":

phylum: Linguistics, technical language: parent language family of languages ​​that may be related Origin of the term: from Greek phȳlon ("race") (If a hyphen appears in the Greek word, this is a misrepresentation of the y with macron

picture: Image (German) part of speech: noun, (neuter) cases: nominative: singular image; Plural pictures Genitive: singular picture; Plural images dative: singular image; Multiple images accusative: ...

Panther:… (Pánthēr) were taken, the further origin of which is unclear; probably borrowed, which could be related to "leopard" and "leopard" Synonyms: 1) Leopard 2) ...

deer: ... various two-wheelers were called deer. This is less likely to be related to their speed than to the fork-shaped handlebar. The vehicle was ...

coherent: ... between cells Origin of the term: Latin: cohaerēns, past participle of cohaerere = connected Synonyms: 1) connected 2) interlaced (from ...


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