interrelate interrelate  /ˌɪn tər rɪ ˈleɪt/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) be in a relationship with
  2. (v) place into a mutual relationship

Usage(s):

  1. We were curious to see which among them had staying power and could truly improve how we live and interrelate.
  2. Some of the most absorbing details in Orr's book deal with the ways in which different migrators may interrelateoften bloodily.
  3. We were curious to see which among them had staying power and could truly improve how we live and interrelate.

Quotes

  1. "He was really, really loving the interconnectivity between all of these characters," said Quesada, "and even thinking ahead as to how does 'Thor' interrelate with the 'Iron Man' movies. How will he interrelate with the Avengers movies, and...
    on Mar 18, 2009 By: Joe Quesada Source: MTV.com

  2. "We are sort of polite and amiable and we gently interrelate with the carriers and try to find compatibility," Mr. Balsillie said. "It may be a better strategy to fight the carrier. We may be wrong. The carrier may get disintermediated, in...
    on Apr 27, 2008 By: Jim Balsillie Source: Times Daily (registration)

  3. Carter told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that the sermons were given at the time of the US invasion of Iraq and that they "interrelate my condemnation and criticism of this unnecessary invasion with the ministry of Christ as the prince of peace."
    on May 20, 2007 By: Jimmy Carter Source: World Socialist Web Site

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