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interrelate Syllabification: in·ter·re·late
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərəˈlāt/

Definition of interrelate in English:


Relate or connect to one another: [no object]: each component interrelates with all the others [with object]: shared values and mechanisms that interrelate peoples in all corners of the world
More example sentences
  • The reminder of general systems theory is that all parts of a system are connected and interrelated.
  • These standards connect and interrelate technology competencies and information processing skills needed for lifelong learning.
  • This is no easy task, since migration of people and trade in goods tend to be closely interrelated.



Example sentences
  • Living in the era of separateness, we have a great hunger for community with its interrelatedness or connectedness.
  • Connectivity applies to the interrelatedness of elements within a system, as well as to the relatedness between systems.
  • All of his works contain examples from far-flung fields in which only he was able to discern an interrelatedness and connection with the problem at hand.

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