from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. not connected or associated
- adj. not related by kinship
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not related, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking a logical or causal relation
- adj. not connected by kinship
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And the president, first of all, objects to the fact that -- and he mentioned this in his radio address Saturday -- that there is funding for what he calls unrelated programs in this bill.
He said somebody stitched together what he called unrelated threads and jumped to conclusions.
Two soldiers died Saturday in unrelated incidents that were both evidently suicides.
As an aside, and somewhat unrelated from the original topic, this helps to point out the silliness of one of the provisions common in “assault weapons” bans.
Anonymous said ... thanks for the clarification - a relief to know! and totally unrelated: who makes up the code words - Phomma etc? they sound too much like real words - maybe esperanto?
The report found that organizations that engage in unrelated business activities, often called social enterprise programs, are more likely to run less efficient shops than their peers.
Ms. Seidman said that the least satisfied career changers she works with tend to be those who fell into general majors, such as philosophy or African-American studies, and ended up in unrelated fields.
Meanwhile in unrelated news MacDonalds say "Keep coming back for a Big Mac".
Also, in unrelated news, I guess I'm allowed to talk about this now.
“There are other ongoing investigations involving other possible co-defendants or defendants in unrelated charges that could be jeopardized by an early disclosure of these materials to the defendant,” Balfe wrote.