Definition of interrelationship in English:


Syllabification: in·ter·re·la·tion·ship
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərəˈlāSH(ə)nˌSHip


The way in which each of two or more things is related to the other or others: the interrelationship between the comprehension and production of early vocabulary
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  • The interrelationship in relation to contract and tort was not explored in the appellant's case.
  • In fact, it cries for technical attention because nobody understands the interrelationships among concurrent tests of significance.
  • The authors make the case for a middle ground, where investigators are attentive to broad patterns of interrelationships informed by causal understanding.



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  • Doing so might reveal the shifting essential interrelations inherent in any system of meaning, such as social, cultural, political, psychological, and historical paradigms.
  • Quite properly so, in view of the mutually complex real-life interrelations in the Caspian Sea Basin, so that no topic or state could be adequately understood in itself other than in relation to the others.
  • It attempts nothing less than a ‘reassessment of the ultimate driving force behind the Cold War and of the mutual interrelations of the various anticommunist persuasions of the Anglophone world’.

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