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human relations

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Definition of human relations in English:

plural noun

Relations with or between people, particularly the treatment of people in a professional context: the balance between technology and human relations in medicine [as modifier]: the human relations school of management
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  • He had questions about everything: government, elections, the countries and their relations, human relations and society.
  • She uses it to focus on social issues and human relations in general, and issues concerning women and their identity in particular.
  • The many modern advances of the world have shifted attention toward issues of human relations, social action, culture and identities.

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