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Another word for relationship

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Noun
  1. A logical or natural association between two or more things

      1. (Informal) A linkage or connection, often between unlikely associates or factors.
      2. A configuration of mechanical parts or devices providing a link between a supply source and a user:
      3. The arrangement and connection of parts, circuits, etc. in a radio, telephone system, network of radio stations, etc.
      1. A media product, such as a book, video game, or movie, that makes use of material presented in another, usually more well-known media product:
      2. An advertisement or promotional action connecting one brand or product with another or with a popular event.
      3. A connection or relationship
      1. The mutual dealings or connections of persons, groups, or nations in social, business, or diplomatic matters:
      2. Connection or manner of being connected or related, as in thought, meaning, etc.
      3. A logical or natural association between two or more things; relevance of one to another; connection:
      1. A negotiating policy of making agreement on one issue dependent on progress toward another objective.
      2. (Biol.) The tendency of some genes to remain together and act as a unit (linkage group) in inheritance, generally in the same chromosome
      3. A connection or relation between things or ideas.
      1. A unit in a connected series of units:
      2. (Computers) A graphical item or segment of text in a webpage or other electronic document that, when clicked, causes another webpage or section of the same webpage to be displayed:
      3. Cuff link
      1. The condition of being interdependent
      2. Dependence on each other or one another; mutual dependence
      1. Connecting renewable-energy systems to the power grid
      2. A connection (physical or logical) between multiple things
      1. An act of correlating or the condition of being correlated.
      2. (Statistics) The tendency for two values or variables to change together, in either the same or opposite way:
      3. Mutual relationship or connection
      1. A person, especially one of influence or importance, with whom one is associated, as by kinship or common interests:
      2. A conveyance or scheduled run providing continuing service between means of transportation:
      3. The relation between things that depend on, involve, or follow each other; causal relationship
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    connect

Another word for relationship

Noun
      1. (Informal) A linkage or connection, often between unlikely associates or factors.
      2. A system or network of electrical circuits or equipment designed to operate together.
      3. A configuration of mechanical parts or devices providing a link between a supply source and a user:
      1. Mutual agreement; harmony
      2. Spontaneous or voluntary desire to take a certain action:
      3. A settlement or compromise between conflicting parties:
      1. The property or state of being relevant or pertinent.
      1. An affiliating or being affiliated; connection, as with an organization, club, etc.
      1. Something, such as a tie, band, or fastener, that attaches one thing to another.
      2. (Meteorology) The act or process by which any (downward) leader connects to any available (upward) streamer in a lightning flash.
      3. A bond, as of affection or loyalty; fond regard.
      1. The act of involving, or the state of being involved.
      1. Similarity or relationship in characteristics, structure, etc.; affinity
      2. A formal agreement establishing such an association, especially an international treaty of friendship.
      3. A close association of nations or other groups, formed to advance common interests or causes:
      1. An act of correlating or the condition of being correlated.
      2. Mutual relationship or connection
      3. (Statistics) The tendency for two values or variables to change together, in either the same or opposite way:
      1. Mutual relationship; interconnection
      2. Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation.
      1. The state or quality of being homogeneous.
      1. The quality or condition of being similar; resemblance.
      2. The state or quality of being similar; resemblance or likeness
      3. A point, feature, or instance in which things are similar
      1. A similarity in some respects between things that are otherwise dissimilar:
      2. A form of reasoning based on the assumption that if two things are known to be alike in some respects, then they are probably alike in other respects.
      3. (Linguistics) The process by which words or morphemes are re-formed or created on the model of existing grammatical patterns in a language, often leading to greater regularity in paradigms, as evidenced by helped replacing holp and holpen as the past tense and past participle of help on the model of verbs such as yelp, yelped, yelped.
      1. Connection or interaction; communication:
      2. A person who might be of use; a connection:
      3. A contact lens.
      1. A relationship of mutual trust and respect.
      2. Relationship, especially one of mutual trust or emotional affinity.
      3. Relation; proportion; conformity; correspondence; accord.
      1. A relationship between quantities such that if one varies then another varies in a manner dependent on the first:
      2. The agreeable or harmonious relation of parts within a whole:
      3. The comparative relation between parts, things, or elements with respect to size, amount, degree, etc.; ratio
      1. The condition, fact, or quality of being relative
      2. A state of dependence in which the existence or significance of one entity is solely dependent on that of another.
      3. (Physics) The fact, principle, or theory of the relative, rather than absolute, character of motion, velocity, mass, etc., and the interdependence of matter, time, and space: as developed and mathematically formulated by Albert Einstein and H. A. Lorentz in the special (or restricted) theory of relativityspecial theory of relativityrestricted theory of relativity and by Einstein in the general theory of relativity (an extension covering the phenomena of gravitation), the theory of relativity includes the statements that: 1) there is no observable absolute motion, only relative motion 2) the velocity of light is constant and not dependent on the motion of the source 3) no energy can be transmitted at a velocity greater than that of light 4) the mass of a body in motion is a function of the energy content and varies with the velocity 5) matter and energy are equivalent 6) time is relative 7) space and time are interdependent and form a four-dimensional continuum 8) the presence of matter results in a “warping” of the space-time continuum, so that a body in motion passing nearby will describe a curve, this being the effect known as gravitation, as evidenced by the deflection of light rays passing through a gravitational field
      1. The condition of being interdependent
      2. Dependence on each other or one another; mutual dependence
      1. The condition or fact of being dependent
      2. The state of being dependent on another for financial support.
      3. The condition of being dependent on a substance such as a drug or on a given behavior:
      1. A substance or device, as glue, solder, or a chain, which holds things together or unites them
      2. A binding or uniting force; tie; link
      3. (Finance) An interest-bearing certificate issued by a government or business, promising to pay the holder a specified sum on a specified date: it is a common means of raising capital funds
      1. Relationship; close connection
      2. Connection by heredity, marriage, or adoption; family relationship.
      3. Relation or connection by nature or character
      1. A point or stage in a series of circumstances
      2. An association; a relationship:
      3. (Computers) A graphical item or segment of text in a webpage or other electronic document that, when clicked, causes another webpage or section of the same webpage to be displayed:
      1. The state, quality, or fact of being like; resemblance.
      2. A similar appearance; a semblance.
      3. (The same) form or shape; semblance
      1. An attraction or force between particles or chemicals that causes them to combine.
      2. (--- Biology) A relationship or resemblance in structure between species that suggests a common origin.
      3. The attractive force, of varying strength for various elements, molecules, etc., that causes the atoms of certain elements to combine and stay combined
      1. Relationship by blood or by a common ancestor.
      2. Close association; connection
      1. The use of such connections as a literary device or psychoanalytic technique
      2. An organization of persons having common interests, purposes, etc.; society; league
      3. (Ecology) A large number of organisms in a specific geographic area constituting a community with one or two dominant species.
      1. A beam or rod that joins parts and gives support.
      2. One of the timbers or slabs of concrete laid across a railroad bed to support the rails.
      3. A string, lace, cord, etc. used to tie things
      1. A person, especially one of influence or importance, with whom one is associated, as by kinship or common interests:
      2. A conveyance or scheduled run providing continuing service between means of transportation:
      3. A relationship; association
      1. Connection or manner of being connected or related, as in thought, meaning, etc.
      2. A logical or natural association between two or more things; relevance of one to another; connection:
      3. The mutual dealings or connections of persons, groups, or nations in social, business, or diplomatic matters: