Visit the forum if you have a language query!
From Anglo-Norman relacioun, from Old French relacion (cognate to French relation), from [[w:Template:lang:la language|Template:lang:la]][[Category:Template:lang:la derivations]] relationem, accusative of relatio, noun of process form from perfect passive participle relatus (“‘related’”), from verb referre (“‘to refer, to relate’”), from prefix re- (“‘again’”) + to bear, to carry
- The manner in which two things may be associated.
- The relation between diet and health is complex.
- A member of one's family.
- Yes, he's a relation of mine, but a only distant one.
- The act of relating a story.
- Your relation of the events is different from mine.
- (set theory) A set of ordered tuples.
- Equality is a symmetric relation, while divisibility is not.
- (databases) A set of ordered tuples retrievable by a relational database; a table.
- This relation uses the customer's social security number as a key.
- (mathematics) A statement of equality of two products of generators, used in the presentation of a group.
- (way in which two things may be associated): connection, link, relationship
- (member of one's family): relative
- (act of relating a story): recounting, telling
- (mathematics: set of ordered tuples): correspondence
relation f. (plural relations)
|Inflection for relation||Singular||Plural|
- relation; how two things may be associated
- (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) relation; set of ordered tuples
- (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) relation; retrievable by a database
Elsewhere on the web