relatere

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin relatus, from English relate.

Verb[edit]

relatere ‎(imperative relater, infinitive at relatere, present tense relaterer, past tense relaterede, perfect tense har relateret)

  1. To relate (to)
    Det kan jeg ikke relatere til.
    I cannot relate to that.
  2. To relate, to associate
    • 2010, Redigeret af Jorgen Asmussen, Lisbet Hastrup Clausen, Mosaikker til danskstudiet: en grundbog, Academica (ISBN 9788776757632), page 40
      Det er valg, der relaterer til indholdet, undervisningens 'hvad, det er valg, der relaterer til arbejdsformen, undervisningens hvordan, og det er valg, der relaterer til klassetrinnet, undervisnigens[sic] hvornår.
      They are choices that relate to the content, the what of the education, they are choices that relate to the work form, the how of the education, and they are choices that relate to the grade, the when of the education.
    • 2005, Erland Kolding Nielsen, Kommunikation erstatter transport: den digitale revolution i danske forskningsbiblioteker 1980-2005 : festskrift til Karl Krarup, Museum Tusculanum Press (ISBN 9788763502580), page 703
      Vi har anvendt fire perspektiver: det interne perspektiv, der relaterer til den interne produktionsproces; brugerperspektivet, der relaterer til brugernes benyttelse af biblioteket; ...
      We have used four perspectives: the internal perspective, which relates to the internal production process; the user perspective, which relates to the users' usage of the library; ...

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Dutch[edit]

Verb[edit]

relatere

  1. (archaic) singular present subjunctive of relateren

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