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- Hyphenation: re‧la‧tio‧nal
- Relating to relations.
- essays on relational rights
- 1873, Herbert Spencer, The Principles of Psychology (volume 1, page 250)
- Of these three great groups of feelings the first are extremely unrelational; the second are somewhat more relational; and the third are relational in a comparatively high degree.
- Friendly and peaceful.
- (databases) Of a database technology using tables and the principles set forth by Dr. Edgar F. Codd. (Contrary to popular notion, "relation" in this context refers to tables, and not linkages.)
- (art, aesthetics) Dealing with the whole of human relations and their social context, rather than an independent and private space.
relative — see relative
concerning the way in which two or more people or things are connected
relating to, using, or being a method of organizing data in a database
relational (strong nominative masculine singular relationaler, not comparable)
Positive forms of relational (uncomparable)