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relationship 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/riˈlāSHənˌSHip/,
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relationships, plural;
  1. The way in which two or more concepts, objects, or people are connected, or the state of being connected
    • - the study will assess the relationship between unemployment and political attitudes
  2. The state of being connected by blood or marriage
    • - they can trace their relationship to a common ancestor
  3. The way in which two or more people or organizations regard and behave toward each other
    • - the landlord–tenant relationship
    • - she was proud of her good relationship with the household staff
  4. An emotional and sexual association between two people
    • - she has a daughter from a previous relationship

  1. a relation between people; (`relationship' is often used where `relation' would serve, as in `the relationship between inflation and unemployment', but the preferred usage of `relationship' is for human relations or states of relatedness); "the relationship between mothers and their children"
  2. a state of connectedness between people (especially an emotional connection); "he didn't want his wife to know of the relationship"
  3. a state involving mutual dealings between people or parties or countries
  4. kinship: (anthropology) relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption
  5. An archaeological relationship is the position in space and by implication, in time, of an object or context with respect to another. This is determined, not by linear measurement but by determining the sequence of their deposition - which arrived before the other. The key to this is stratigraphy.
  6. The Relationship is a rock band started in 2006 by Weezer guitarist Brian Bell and Nate Shaw. has described themselves as " Longtime Friends Start Rock And Roll Band And Make Record...Hilarity Ensues. ...
  7. (Relationships (Myers-Briggs)) The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment is a psychometric questionnaire designed to measure psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions. ...
  8. Connection or association; the condition of being related; Kinship; being related by blood or marriage; A romantic or sexual involvement; The level or degree of affinity between keys, chords and tones
  9. (Relationships) are the connections people have with other people.  Relationships may be between people with personal connections or those with connections based on print, media or correspondence. People absorb more knowledge when the bond is with someone they know and respect. ...
  10. (Relationships) avoid the belonging relationship (as it doesn't really communicate much); and avoid using passive verbs
  11. (RELATIONSHIPS) Since 1996, Café Concepts has enjoyed a close relationship with international schools, during which time we have collaborated with staff, parents and students to deliver colourful, healthy and enjoyable menus. ...
  12. (Relationships) Dating, Marriage, Divorce, Family and Children
  13. (Relationships) My-wedding and Street's Imaging Pty Ltd supply the space for renters usually photographers. photographic studios, companies or individuals to display, distribute and sell images on the World Wide Web. Persons (customers) may view these images and purchase same. ...
  14. (Relationships) Not surprisingly, once the eating disorder becomes evident, self-pity, negative thinking, anger, and family problems surface. It is not uncommon for marriages to end and friends to draw away. ...
  15. (Relationships) People, documents and time elements get their meaning when related in context. As in the human brain, knowledge in 4iKIM is contained in the connections between units of information. ...
  16. (Relationships) Previously, the genus Cylindrophis has been assigned to the subfamily Cylindrophiinae of the family Uropeltidae.
  17. (Relationships) The majority of unchurched people do not come to church seeking to become more spiritual or to get saved. They come to connect with others. As in the popular Cheers theme song, they're looking for "a place where everybody knows their name, and everyone is glad they came. ...
  18. (Relationships) These add the ability to expand your view to include information from items that are not directly part of your view's results. ...
  19. (Relationships) We are a privately owned insurance intermediary. When we have an arrangement with a proposed insurer to our financial benefit beyond the remuneration we would normally receive, we will let you know. ...
  20. (Relationships) are the links that hold networks together: the links between members and the network organiser, and the links that members have with each other. The weak links may be as important as the strong. ...
  21. (Relationships) did I search for all the wrong things, my emotions seem to merge with a need for affection and approval. I never really fitted into the usual couple’s things. It was like a game, I would chase, catch and then push away, overwhelmed by what others expected from me.
  22. (Relationships) interactions that further children’s wellbeing, learning and development. Both the adult and the child have intent to learn from each other.
  23. (Relationships) {url:/ajax_concepts/44777/?conceptid=272151006&callback=children&child_size=18}
  24. (relationships) What businesses want with hot prospects and customers. Unfortunately, these “relationships” tend to be rather one-sided, as we’re more eager to “relate” to them than they are to us.
  25. (relationships) a dance element that focuses on how the body relates to itself, to others, and to the dance environment.