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relatability

[ ri-ley-tuh-bil-i-tee ]
/ rɪˌleɪ təˈbɪl ɪ ti /
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noun
the quality of being able to easily form social or emotional connections:Wit, humor, light-heartedness, genuineness, and relatability are all quality ingredients for a personality pie.The coach strikes a note of relatability and resonance with his players, having been in their shoes not so long ago.
the quality of being easily connected or linked:Infants presented with an image lacking alignment and relatability looked significantly longer at the complete image, suggesting that they saw the first image as two separate pieces.
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