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reknit combined form of knit.
relabel combined form of label.
relacquer combined form of lacquer.
relandscape combined form of landscape.
relapse to revert, esp. to a former negative condition, habit, or mode of conduct. [4 definitions]
relate to see or establish a connection or association with (fol. by "to" or "with"). [6 definitions]
related associated; connected. [2 definitions]
relation an association or connection between or among things. [6 definitions]
relational of, pertaining to, or expressing a relation or relations.
relations the ways that people, groups, or nations communicate or act with each other.
relationship the condition or fact of being associated or connected. [2 definitions]
relative a person who is related to others through blood or marriage. [6 definitions]
relative clause in grammar, a dependent clause that modifies the word or word group that precedes it, such as "who lives in that house" in "I know the man who lives in that house."
relative humidity the amount of moisture present in the air compared to the maximum amount the air could hold at the same temperature.
relatively in comparison to something else.
relative pronoun in grammar, a pronoun that introduces a relative clause.
relativism the philosophical theory that all bases of judgment are relative to time, place, or situation.
relativist one who supports or advocates the theory of relativism.
relativistic of or relating to relativism. [2 definitions]
relativity the state or condition of being relative. [2 definitions]
relax to make looser or less rigid. [9 definitions]