- inter- + related (Wiktionary)
“The David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future views collaboration across academic disciplines – from engineering to agriculture to the humanities – as vital to making breakthroughs in interrelated subjects.”
“The David R. Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future announced Thursday sees collaboration across academic disciplines as vital to making breakthroughs in interrelated subjects.”
“Secondly and closely interrelated is the principle of non-refoulement, that is to say, that a refugee must not be forcibly returned to his country or to any other country where he has well-founded reasons to fear persecution.”
“A lot of people are going to be sweating out, actually, the Plains the temperatures have really been increasing, I wanted to show you the drought monitor, it's kind of interrelated to the drought conditions.”
“This is a very significant finding because the body's chemical processes are highly complex and interrelated, meaning that targeting one cause of cancer often involves affecting the body's normal functions.”
“I feel that they're kind of interrelated, but not precisely the same thing.”
“More specifically, it describes the enterprise in logical terms (such as interrelated business processes and business rules, information needs and flows, and work locations and users) as well as in technical terms (such as hardware, software, data, communications, and security attributes and performance standards).”
“Doug, you expressed some caution about the acquisition environment and I know that these are all kind of interrelated, but the hesitation you have, is it one of supply, quality or price, given where we are in the capital market cycle?”
“interrelated" because they dealt with separate topics.”
“interrelated" by sharing the same viewers, advertisers, publishers and data.”
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