English words and Examples of Usage

use "relate" in a sentence

Subsequently, this can relate to a broader pattern of poor morals.

I've always been very interested in how music and sleep can relate.

But it also means you might be able to relate to this hilarious skit.

Other charges relate to illegal hunting and illegal hunting practices.

"The motivation has to be something the average person can't relate to.

It was not an easy road for me and this is how I can relate to students.

I was saddened by it because a young kid lost their father - I can relate.

But Kane said that document appeared to only relate to her music recordings.

Questions relate to legal issues surrounding duties owed by a product tester.

Princess Leia has people that relate to her more strongly than other characters.

’ Told him, “He can’t relate (to black players) and that makes him uncomfortable.

After all, a jury might be able to relate to what a defendant is accused of doing.

These all relate to core conspiracy theories of the radical right in this country.

How does one effectively assess design quality and relate it to funding potential?

The charges relate to alleged match-fixing in Korea's domestic K-League competition.

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