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interrelate (v.)

also inter-relate, 1831 (implied in interrelated), transitive, "bring into reciprocal relation," from inter- "between" + relate (v.). Intransitive sense "come into reciprocal relation" is attested from 1912. Related: Interrelating.

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Definitions of interrelate

interrelate (v.)
be in a relationship with;
Synonyms: relate
interrelate (v.)
place into a mutual relationship;
I cannot interrelate these two events
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