Origin of related
Synonyms for related
verb (used with object), re·lat·ed, re·lat·ing.
verb (used without object), re·lat·ed, re·lat·ing.
Origin of relate
Synonyms for relate
Antonyms for relate
Examples from the Web for related
Contemporary Examples of related
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Historical Examples of related
When the soul was again led into the body, it related all that had happened to it.Philothea
Lydia Maria Child
Furthermore, events are related which took place after Joshua's death.A Theological-Political Treatise [Part II]
Benedict of Spinoza
Other incidents of our long and wearisome journey need not be related.Green Mansions
W. H. Hudson
They supped together, and related mutually all that happened since their parting.Tales And Novels, Volume 5 (of 10)
Still, nothing is related that the writer has any reasons for distrusting.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper
Word Origin for relate
"connected by blood or marriage," 1702, past participle adjective from relate (v.). Related: Relatedness.
1520s, "to recount, tell," from Middle French relater "refer, report" (14c.) and directly from Latin relatus, used as past participle of referre "bring back, bear back" (see refer), from re- "back, again" + latus (see oblate (n.)).
Meaning "stand in some relation; have reference or respect" is from 1640s; transitive sense of "bring (something) into relation with (something else)" is from 1690s. Meaning "to establish a relation between" is from 1771. Sense of "to feel connected or sympathetic to" is attested from 1950, originally in psychology jargon. Related: Related; relating.