Word: relative

Category: relative

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Related words: relative

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Synonyms: relative

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: relative

spanish
relativo, pariente, familiar, deudo


german
proportional, angehöriger, relativ, angehörige, verwandte

french
respectif, relatif, parente, allié, proportionnel, ...

italian
congiunto, proporzionale, attinente, relativo, parente

portuguese
relacionamento, parente, relativo

dutch
bloedverwant, verwant, betrekkelijk, relatief, familielid

russian
сопоставимый, родственница, относительный, сравнительный, дальний, ...

norwegian
relativ, slektning

swedish
släkting, anförvant

finnish
sukulainen, suhteessa, suhteellinen

danish
slægtning

czech
vztažný, vzájemný, relativní, proporcionální, příbuzný, ...

polish
stosunkowy, dotyczący, względność, powinowata, odnośny, ...

hungarian
vonatkozó, relatív

turkish
nispi, orantılı, göreli

greek
συγγενής

ukrainian
зв'язок, ротаційний, ротаційна, ставлення, поєднання, ...

albanian
fis

estonian
suhteline, relatiivne, sugulane

croatian
zavisan, razmjeran, odnosni

icelandic
frændi

latvian
radinieks

romanian
rudă

slovenian
relativní

slovak
relatívni, príbuzný

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The meaning and "use of": relative

adjective
  • considered in relation or in proportion to something else.
  • denoting a pronoun, determiner, or adverb that refers to an expressed or implied antecedent and attaches a subordinate clause to it, e.g., which , who.
  • (of major and minor keys) having the same key signature.
  • (of a service rank) corresponding in grade to another in a different service.

noun
  • a person connected by blood or marriage.
  • a relative pronoun, determiner, or adverb.
  • a term, thing, or concept that is dependent on something else.

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