- reciprocally or mutually related: an interrelated series of experiments.
Origin of interrelated
- to bring or enter into reciprocal relation.
Origin of interrelate
First recorded in 1885–90; back formation from interrelated
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Examples from the Web for interrelated
At what point in time did you see how they were all going to be interrelated?Tony Earley's Imaginary Friends
September 2, 2014
In the still of the night he breaks the silence and begins: “everything in nature is interrelated…”Bye Bye Latté, Hello Guayusa: Why The Amazon Holds the Secret to a Cleaner, Healthier Caffeine
August 29, 2014
Both those sentences appeal, in an interrelated way, to the things people hate most when they live in democratic times.Liam Neeson Loves Horses and Nietzsche
April 16, 2014
We have here two interrelated elements, namely the content and the expectation.The Analysis of Mind
Self-esteem and self-acceptance (and hence congruence) are interrelated.When You Don't Know Where to Turn
Steven J. Bartlett
To a considerable extent, three of these events were interrelated.Ladies and Gentlemen
Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb
There was a scheme of her own interrelated and under the surface.Caravans By Night
Harmonize the interrelated interests of farmers and sportsmen.
- to place in or come into a mutual or reciprocal relationship
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Word Origin and History for interrelated
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