related

related
adjective
1) (belonging to the same family (as): I'm related to the Prime Minister; The Prime Minister and I are related.) emparentado
2) (connected: other related topics.) relacionado
related adj
1. relacionado
magic and related topics la magia y otros temas relacionados
2. emparentado
she's related to the mayor está emparentado con el alcalde
we're related by marriage somos parientes políticos
related
tr[rɪ'leɪtɪd]
adjective
1 (connected) relacionado,-a
2 (relatives) emparentado,-a
3 (plants, animals, languages, etc) de la misma familia
related [ri'leɪt̬əd] adj
: emparentado
to be related to: ser pariente de
related
adj.
afín adj.
allegado, -a adj.
conexo, -a adj.
emparentado, -a adj.
pariente adj.
relacionado, -a adj.
rɪ'leɪtəd, rɪ'leɪtɪd
adjective
a) (of same family) (pred)

to be related (TO somebody) — ser* pariente (de alguien), estar* emparentado (con alguien)

we are distantly related — somos parientes lejanos

she's related to them by marriage — es parienta política suya, es parienta suya por afinidad (frml)

b) <ideas/questions/subjects> relacionado, afín
[rɪ'leɪtɪd]
ADJ
1) (=connected) [subject] relacionado, afín; [language] afín; [issue, problem, offence] relacionado

this murder is not related to the other — este asesinato no está relacionado con el otro

pay rises are related to performance — los aumentos de sueldo guardan relación con el rendimiento

the two events are not related — los dos sucesos no guardan relación

2) (=attached by family)
a) [people]

they are related — son parientes, están emparentados

are you two related? — ¿sois familia?, ¿sois parientes?

we are closely/distantly related — somos parientes cercanos/lejanos

are you related to the prisoner? — ¿es usted pariente del prisionero?

the two women aren't related to each other — las dos mujeres no están emparentadas

to be related to sb by or through marriage — ser pariente político de algn

b) [animals, plants]

termites are closely related to cockroaches — las termitas son de la misma familia que las cucarachas

* * *
[rɪ'leɪtəd, rɪ'leɪtɪd]
adjective
a) (of same family) (pred)

to be related (TO somebody) — ser* pariente (de alguien), estar* emparentado (con alguien)

we are distantly related — somos parientes lejanos

she's related to them by marriage — es parienta política suya, es parienta suya por afinidad (frml)

b) <ideas/questions/subjects> relacionado, afín

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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