Definition of 'relationship'
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Example sentences containing 'relationship'
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The pair are now said to have a good working relationship. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The main result is that family relationships are back on track. The Sun (2017)This is exactly the kind of relationship people wish existed more in the economy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The relationship between the two is rotten. The Sun (2016)We can argue about precisely how close our relationship should be. The Sun (2016) Family relationships may be tested but this proves how resilient they are. The Sun (2017)There has always been three people in their relationship. The Sun (2016)No way would a relationship between you and your stepmum last for long once out in the open. The Sun (2017)Daring to put all your trust in a relationship might feel a bit reckless but often gives love the best chance of fulfilling its potential. The Sun (2016)And further studies suggest threequarters of women in committed relationships feel smartphones interfere with their love lives and reduce the time they spend with partners. The Sun (2016)It can have the same disastrous effect on a relationship as any affair. The Sun (2014)We found comfort and encouragement in our working relationship. Christianity Today (2000)Your chart of friendship and family relationships is stronger and favours are repaid. The Sun (2014)Finding work for them and helping such people maintain stable relationships are the key. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You have the ideas and attitude that make a love relationship feel brand new. The Sun (2010)Such diplomatic nuances reflect the highly strung relationship between the two countries. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You see each other in a new way and the relationship deepens. The Sun (2011)We have a very close and healthy relationship now. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You can repair family relationships and friendships damaged by misunderstanding. The Sun (2013)This is a successful working relationship built on trust and usually without incident. The Sun (2012)You have a gift for turning a house into a home and can repair fractured family relationships. The Sun (2012)You can make a relationship feel new. The Sun (2011)It may prove a milestone in the relationship between the two countries. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You have a new understanding of family relationships and the way responsibilities are shared. The Sun (2013)Those who had close relationships with their fathers before the birth showed fewer signs of jealousy. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)The two quickly formed a close working relationship. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We had a great childhood and we have a really good relationship with our family. The Sun (2010)This may be that his desires lie outside your relationship and he feels uncomfortable sharing them. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You handle work and family relationships in ways that are firm but fair. The Sun (2011)She said the time it took to get over a relationship was the length of the relationship divided by two. Times, Sunday Times (2012) People in relationships will grow closer. The Sun (2014)Must an affair end your relationship? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Other people 's relationships are another country! Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'relationship'
British English: relationship /rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp/ NOUN
The relationship between two people or groups is the way they feel and behave towards each other.
...close family relationships.
- American English: relationship
- Arabic: عَلاقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: relacionamento
- Chinese: 关系
- Croatian: odnos
- Czech: vztah
- Danish: forhold
- Dutch: relatie
- European Spanish: relación
- Finnish: suhde
- French: relation
- German: Beziehung
- Greek: σχέση
- Italian: rapporto
- Japanese: 関係
- Korean: 관계
- Norwegian: forhold
- Polish: stosunek związek
- European Portuguese: relação
- Romanian: relație
- Russian: отношение
- Spanish: relación
- Swedish: förhållande
- Thai: ความสัมพันธ์
- Turkish: ilişki
- Ukrainian: відносини
- Vietnamese: mối quan hệ
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