relations

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English - Turkish
{i} aile

Ailesi onun onunla olan ilişkisi onaylamadı. - Her parents didn't approve of her relationship with him.

Sami'nin, ailesiyle iyi bir ilişkisi vardı. - Sami had a good relationship with his family.

alışveriş
karşılıklı ilişki
akrabalar
(isim) aile
bağıntılar
relation
{i} ilişik
relation
ilişki

Onların ilişkisi hakkında bir şey bilmiyorum. - I don't know anything about their relationship.

Mutluluğun yüzde 90 kadarı tutum, yaşam kontrolü ve ilişkiler gibi unsurlardan geliyor. - As much as 90 percent of happiness comes from elements such as attitude, life control and relationships.

relation
{i} bağıntı
relations marketing
(Ticaret) ilişki pazarlaması
relations with others
diğerleri ile ilişkiler
relations of production
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) üretim ilişkileri (marx)
relations with costumer
müşteri ile ilişkiler
relations with indians
kızılderililerle ilişkiler
corporate relations and marketing
KURUMSAL İLİŞKİLER VE PAZARLAMA
relation
alâka
relation
{i} ilgi, alaka, bağlantı, rabıta, ilişki, münasebet
break off relations
alakayı kesmek
break off relations with
alakayı kesmek
consumer relations
(Ticaret) tüketici ilişkileri
fiscal relations
(Ticaret) mali ilişkiler
government relations
devlet ilişkileri
human relations
(Politika, Siyaset) beşeri münasebetler
human relations
beşeri ilişkiler
interpersonal relations
kişilerarası ilişkiler
labour relations
çalışma ilişkileri
labour relations
(Ticaret) işçi-işveren ilişkileri
media relations
medya ilişkileri
promote relations
(Politika, Siyaset) ilişkileri geliştirmek
relation
yakın

Tom'un Mary ile yakın bir dostluğu var. - Tom has a close relationship with Mary.

Onunla yakınlığın nedir? Babasıyım. - What is your relationship to him? I'm his father.

relation
ara

O iki problem arasında herhangi bir yakınlık görmüyorum. - I don't see any relation between the two problems.

Aramızdaki ilişkiler bozuk gibi görünüyor. - Relations between us seem to be on the ebb.

relation
ilinti
relation
(İnşaat) bağın
relation
naklediş
relation
takıntı
relation
(Felsefe) izafet
relation
anlatış
relation
(Kimya) görelik
relation
(Tıp) relasyon
relation
aidiyet
sense relations
(Dilbilim) içlem ilişkileri
wide relations
(Kanun) geniş ilişkiler
bilateral relations
ikili ilişkiler
cement good relations with
ile dosluk kurmak
employee relations
işçi ilişkileri
intercorporate relations
şirket içi ilişkiler
public relations
halkla ilişkiler
relation
akraba

O, onun uzak bir akrabasıdır. - He is a distant relation of hers.

Onunla akrabalığınız nedir? - What's your relation with him?

relation
ç.karşılıklı ilişki
Labour Economics and Industrial Relations
(Ekonomi) Çalışma Ekonomisi ve Endüstri İlişkileri
Public Relations and Publicity
Halka İlişkiler ve Tanıtım
cement good relations with
ile dostluk kurmak
council on foreign relations
(ABD) Dış İlişkiler Kurulu
department of industrial relations
endüstriyel ilişkiler bölümü
domestic relations order
iç ilişkileri sipariş
environmental relations
çevre ilişkileri
establish diplomatic relations
diplomatik ilişkilerin kurulması
external relations commissioner
Dış İlişkiler Sorumlusu

EU External Relations Commissioner Ferrero Benita-Waldner said that Europe should seek to prevent conflicts in the region.

guest relations
Halkla ilişkiler
human relations
İnsan ilişkileri
industrial relations
endüstriyel ilişkiler
national labor relations board
ulusal işçi-işveren ilişkileri kurulu
political science and international relations
(Politika Siyaset) Siyaset Bilimi ve Uluslararası İlişkiler
public relations campaign
halkla ilişkiler kampanyası
public relations consultant
(Film) Halkla ilişkiler danışmanı, basın danışmanı
public relations department
halkla ilişkiler departmanı
sexual relations
cinsel ilişkiler
cement good relations
ile dostluk kurmak
community relations
(Askeri) TOPLUM İLİŞKİLERİ: Askeri ve sivil toplumlar arasındaki ilişki
community relations program
(Askeri) (DOD) TOPLUM İLİŞKİLERİ PROGRAMI (AMERİKA SAVUNMA BAKANLIĞI): Halkın davranışını değerlendiren, teşkilin vazifesini kamu yararıyla bağdaştıran ve halkın anlayıp benimseyeceği bir faaliyet programı uygulayan komutanlık çalışması
diplomatic relations
diplomatik ilişkiler
domestic relations law
akrabalık ilişkileri yasası
emotional relations
hissi münasebetler
emotional relations
duygusal ilişkiler
establish diplomatic relations
(Politika, Siyaset) diplomatik ilişkiler kurmak
establish harmonious relations
ahenk kurmak
ethnic relations
etnik ilişkiler
external relations
dış ilişkiler
history of labour relations
çalışma ilişkileri tarihi
human relations skills
(Ticaret) beşeri ilişkiler becerisi
industrial relations
işçi işveren ilişkileri
industrial relations court
iş mahkemesi
intergroup relations
gruplararası ilişkiler
international relations
(Politika, Siyaset) uluslararası ilişkiler
labor relations
iş ilişkileri
labor relations
işçi işveren ilişkileri
labor relations
işçi ve işveren ilişkileri
member relations
üye ilişkileri
object relations
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) klein
object relations
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) nesne ilişkileri winnicott
object relations (theory)
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) nesne ilişkileri (kuramı) (winnicott
object relations (theory)
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) klein
official relations
resmi ilişkiler
pleasant relations
iyi ilişkiler
power relations
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) güç ilişkileri
public relations
(Askeri) BASIN VE HALKLA MÜNASEBETLER: Bak. "public information activities"
public relations
halkla ilişkiler uzmanı
race relations
ırklar arası ilişkiler
race relations board
ırkçılıkla mücadele komitesi (İng.)
race relations in literature
edebiyatta ırk ilişkileri
relation
{i} anlatma
relation
{i} bağlantı
relation
{i} söyleme
relation
akrabalar
relation
akrabalık
relation
çevre
relation
nispet
relation
oran
relation
ilgi

Tom'la ilişkim seni ilgilendirmez. - My relationship with Tom is none of your business.

Tom bir ilişkiyle ilgilenmiyor. - Tom isn't interested in a relationship.

relation
hikaye/akraba/ilişki
relation
hısım
relation
geçim
relation
{i} man. bağıntı, münasebet
relation
relationshipakrabalık
relation
nakil
relation
{i} (Felsefe) bağıntı, izafet
relation
relations i
relation
{i} bağ

En büyük nimet sağlık, en büyük zenginlik kanaat, en büyük bağ da vefadır. - Health is the greatest gift; satisfaction the greatest wealth; fidelity the greatest relation.

relation
(Tıp) İlgi, ilişki, münasebet
semantic relations
(Dilbilim) değintiler
sever relations with someone
ipleri koparmak
severance of relations
ilişkileri kesme
to promote relations
(Avrupa Birliği) ilişkileri geliştirmek
English - English
mutual dealings or connections or communications among persons or groups
{i} connections between people or groups, associations; sexual intercourse
(difficult or impossible to define in a non-circular way See "circularity" above Examples include such things as being older than, is the square root of, and is consistent with )
A named, two-dimensional table of data Each relation consists of a set of named columns and an arbitrary number of unnamed rows (12)
Plural of relation
the relationships between individuals in a social network
reestablish diplomatic relations
renew diplomatic ties between countries
binary relations
plural form of binary relation
blood relations
plural form of blood relation
diplomatic relations
diplomatic intercourse between nations; including the mutual presence of a diplomatic mission in each nation
equivalence relations
plural form of equivalence relation
partial ordering relations
plural form of partial ordering relation
press relations
The tasks of building, maintaining and exploiting good relationships between an organization and print and broadcast media organizations
public relations
Communication by a person or an organization with the purpose of creating a favorable public image; commonly referred to as PR
public-relations
public relations
race relations
The patterns of behaviour between ethnic groups of people
race relations
The branch of sociology that studies these patterns
relation
A member of one's family

Yes, he's a relation of mine, but a only distant one.

relation
A set of ordered tuples
relation
A set of ordered tuples retrievable by a relational database; a table

This relation uses the customer's social security number as a key.

relation
Specifically, a set of ordered pairs

Equality is a symmetric relation, while divisibility is not.

relation
A statement of equality of two products of generators, used in the presentation of a group
sexual relations
Sexual activities between individuals
sexual relations
The act of sexual intercourse

I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky – Bill Clinton (January 1998).

total ordering relations
plural form of total ordering relation
relation
{n} a narration, tale, kindred, reference
National Labor Relations Board
the NLRB a US government organization that tries to settle disagreements between workers and managers, especially in large companies. There is a similar organization in the UK called ACAS. U.S. government agency charged with administering the National Labor Relations Act (1935). The three-member NLRB, appointed by the president, organizes elections to determine whether employees wish to be represented by a labour union in collective bargaining and monitors labour practices by employers and unions. It does not initiate investigations; its involvement must be sought by employers, individuals, or unions. Though it lacks enforcement power for its orders, it can prosecute cases in court
Public Relations manager
person in charge of interactions with the public
Race Relations Act
a law passed in the UK in 1976 to protect the legal rights especially of black and Asian people, and to make sure that people of all races are treated fairly and equally
abnormal relations
aberrant relationship, strange relations, morbid relationship
broke off his relations
disconnected all of his ties with people, isolated himself from the world
broke off relations
ended a relationship, cut off contact
business relations
commercial contacts, relationship between a company and its clients
cemented the relations
strengthened the relationship
chief commissioner of labor relations
government officer at the Ministry of Labor whose function is to supervise labor relations in the economy and assist in settling labor disputes
court of domestic relations
A court having the judicial authority to investigate and decide on cases involving marital and especially parental rights and obligations, including child custody, support, and well-being
customer relations
Customer relations are the relationships that a business has with its customers and the way in which it treats them. Good customer relations require courtesy, professionalism and effective response
customer relations
Customer relations is the department within a company that deals with complaints from customers. Tucson Electric's customer-relations department
diplomatic relations
political relations between two countries
domestic relations court
In certain U.S. states, a court with jurisdiction over family disputes, especially those involving the custody, support, and welfare of children
employee-employer relations
reciprocal relations between workers and their employers
establish diplomatic relations
create working or political relations between countries
external relations
{i} links or affiliations with parties outside of the internal domain
firm relations
good relationship, unshakeable relationship, enduring relations
friendly relations
amicable relations, kindly association, reciprocal relationship
full relations
friendly relations, extensive diplomatic relations
impair relations
damage relations
industrial and organizational relations
or organizational relations Study of human behaviour in the workplace, focusing especially on the influence such relations have on an organization's productivity. Classical economics viewed workers as instruments of production, subject to the laws of supply and demand. Industrial relations did not become the subject of scholarly attention until the late 1920s, when Elton Mayo (1880-1949) studied productivity at Western Electric Co.'s Hawthorne Works. Concluding that merely being chosen to participate in the study improved workers' productivity (the "Hawthorne effect"), Mayo became the first scholar to show workers responding to psychosocial stimuli. Other aspects of industrial and organizational relations include human resources management, which involves the development of job descriptions and organizational structures; recruiting, training, and general oversight of employees; negotiating terms of employment, planning for the future, and the study of managerial styles
industrial relations
Industrial relations refers to the relationship between employers and employees in industry, and the political decisions and laws that affect it. The offer is seen as an attempt to improve industrial relations. Relations between the management of an industrial enterprise and its employees. the relationship between workers and employers
industrial relations
relations between workers, relations between workers and employers
international relations
The political relationships between different countries are referred to as international relations. peaceful and friendly international relations. the political relationships between countries, or the study of this. Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political parties). It is related to a number of other academic disciplines, including political science, geography, history, economics, law, sociology, psychology, and philosophy. The field emerged at the beginning of the 20th century largely in the West and particularly in the U.S. as that country grew in power and influence. The study of international relations has always been heavily influenced by normative considerations, such as the goal of reducing armed conflict and increasing international cooperation. At the beginning of the 21st century, research focused on issues such as terrorism, religious and ethnic conflict, the emergence of substate and nonstate entities, the spread of weapons of mass destruction and efforts to counter nuclear proliferation, and the development of international institutions
international relations
An area of political study concerned with the interaction of independent states
international relations
branch of the social sciences which deals with the research of the ties between nations
international relations and security network
Switzerland's information network for security and defense studies and for peace and conflict research and for international relations
investor relations
Management of relations with current and potential investors, as well as analysts and financial media, with the aim of building up a bond between these target groups and the shares in one's own company
investor relations
The division of a company that answers stockholders' questions and sends them regular updates about the company's performance
investor relations
The process by which the corporation communicates with its investors
labor relations
Work that involves establishing and maintaining effective relationships - including the use of non-traditional collaborative approaches - with labor organizations that represent Federal employees, negotiating and administering labor agreements, and providing guidance and consultation to management on a variety of labor relations matters
labor relations
Those formal activities developed by an organization to negotiate and bargain with its workforce, whether or not that workforce is unionized
labor relations
The process through which management and workers identify and determine the job relations that will be in effect at the workplace
labor relations
relations between workers and employers
labour relations
la·bour re·la·tions in AM use labor relations Labour relations refers to the relationship between employers and employees in industry, and the political decisions and laws that affect it. We have to balance good labor relations against the need to cut costs. the relationship between employers and workers
marital relations
marriage relationship
meaning relations
semantic relation between words
national labor relations board
an independent agency of the United States government charged with mediating disputes between management and labor unions
neighborly relations
relationship between people who live near one another
normal relations
standard relationship, healthy relationship, conventional bonds or ties
normalization of relations
process of returning relations between countries to a normal state
occasional sexual relations
sexual relations with a random partner (as opposed to a permanent mate)
ordering relations
relation between sizes in mathematics
public relations
Public relations is the part of an organization's work that is concerned with obtaining the public's approval for what it does. The abbreviation PR is often used. The move was good public relations George is a public relations officer for The John Bennett Trust
public relations
The process of building good relations with the organisations various stakeholders
public relations
The promotion of a person, company, idea, public body etc Pictures may be used to assist in this
public relations
Communication with various sectors of the public to influence their attitudes and opinions in the interest of promoting a person, product, or idea
public relations
- The business of generating goodwill toward an individual, cause, company, or product
public relations
Managing and controlling the process of using publicity effectively p 466
public relations
A form of unpaid, nonpersonal communication, the goal of which is to present the bank in a favorable light through news stories and other media coverage
public relations
Paul
public relations
The acts of communicating what you are to the public This is not to be confused with publicity, which is just one of the methods used in communicating the image
public relations
The part of the promotional mix that evaluates public attitudes, identifies the policies and procedures of a firm or the individuals in it, and executes a program of action to promote public understanding and acceptance
public relations
The promotion and protection of a company's image
public relations
relations of an institution or organization with the general public
public relations
Activities and information that engage community support or knowledge about a particular program or event Also includes the development and maintenance of attitudes and understanding toward the objectives of an organization
public relations
You can refer to the opinion that the public has of an organization as public relations. Limiting casualties is important for public relations. Aspect of communications that involves promoting a desirable image for a person or group seeking public attention. It originated in the U.S. in the early 20th century with pioneers such as Edward L. Bernays and Ivy Ledbetter Lee. Government agencies in Britain and the U.S. soon began hiring publicists to engineer support for their policies and programs, and the public-relations business boomed after World War II. Clients may include individuals such as politicians, performers, and authors, and groups such as business corporations, government agencies, charities, and religious bodies. The audience addressed may be as narrow as male alternative-music fans between the ages of 21 and 30 or as broad as the world at large. A publicist's functions include generating favourable publicity and knowing what kind of story is likely to be printed or broadcast. The task is complicated by the variety of existing media: besides newspapers, magazines, radio, and television, there are publications of professional associations, direct-mail lists, on-site promotional events, and so on. It consists largely of optimizing good news and forestalling bad news; if disaster strikes, the publicist must assess the situation, organize the client's response so as to minimize damage, and marshal and present information to the media
public relations
The management function that evaluates stakeholder attitudes, changes policies and procedures in response to stakeholder requests, and executes a program of action and information to earn public understanding and acceptance
public relations
An activity meant to improve the project organization's environment in order to improve project performance and reception
public relations
Receptionist
public relations
a promotion intended to create goodwill for a person or institution
public relations
A planned and sustained effort to establish and maintain goodwill and mutual understanding between an organisation and its target publics p 506
public relations
Communications often in the form of news distributed in a non-personal form which may include newspaper, magazine, radio, television, Internet or other form of media for which the sponsoring organization does not pay a fee
public relations
A business whereby the public is introduced favorably to something new or pre-existing
public relations
The component of marketing communications that focuses on fostering goodwill between a company and its various publics
public relations
A committee whose primary task is to promote Guiding All members of Guiding are asked to participate in promoting Guiding
public relations
The deliberate promotion of a specific image for a business Often confused with publicity which is simply the materials used in a specific part of a public relations effort See more information on Public Relations from your About com Advertising Guide
public relations
As part of the promotion mix, the activities that communicate with public stakeholders, the media, and the public in general
public relations man
one who works in advertising and marketing, one who promotes a company
public relations officer
person who promotes goodwill and distributes information for a company or organization, PRO
public relations person
a person employed to establish and promote a favorable relationship with the public
public-relations campaign
an advertising campaign intended to improve public relations
public-relations campaign
series of activities organized to improve the relations of an institution or organization with the public; advertisement campaign
race relations
manner in which members of different races interact with and respond to one other
race relations
Race relations are the ways in which people of different races living together in the same community behave towards one another. the relationship that exists between people from different countries, religions etc who are now living in the same place
raise the level of diplomatic relations
increase the amount and depth of diplomatic contact
relation
The act of relating a story
relation
the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
relation
A two dimensional table containing rows and columns Another name for a table in a relational database
relation
Reference; respect; regard
relation
An unordered flat collection class that uses keys, allows for duplicate elements, and has element equality See key access, unordered collection
relation
The manner in which two things may be associated
relation
If you talk about the relation of one thing to another, you are talking about the ways in which they are connected. It is a question of the relation of ethics to economics
relation
A named, two-dimensional array of rows and columns (i e , table of data) Each relation consists of a set of named columns and an arbitrary number of unnamed rows Each cell in the array can have only one value (single-valued) and no two rows may be identical See also: table, view, RDBMS
relation
relation back: (law) the principle that an act done at a later time is deemed by law to have occurred at an earlier time; "his attorney argued for the relation back of the ammended complaint to the time the initial complaint was filed"
relation
A set of ordered tuples; equivalently, a Boolean function of two or more arguments
relation
A table is an informal equivalent of a relation It is similarly equivalent to an mmCIF category
relation
A member of ones family
relation
an act of narration; "he was the hero according to his own relation"; "his endless recounting of the incident eventually became unbearable"
relation
In such case the act is said to take effect by relation
relation
A named, two-dimensional table of data Each relation consists of a set of named columns and an arbitrary number of unnamed rows
relation
an act of narration; "he was the hero according to his own relation"; "his endless recounting of the incident eventually became unbearable
relation
Semantic relationships between compilation units (as discussed in chapter 10 of ISO/IEC 8652: 1995) The Relation_Kinds type enumerates the kinds of relations that can exist between compilation units See also Dependent, Extended Family, and Supporter
relation
relative: a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
relation
You can talk about something in relation to something else when you want to compare the size, condition, or position of the two things. The money he'd been ordered to pay was minimal in relation to his salary
relation
dependence between a dependent container and one or more independent containers and an associated function If a dependent container's values are needed and one or more of the independent containers' values have changed, the dependent container's values are computed using the function and the independent containers' values Relations implement "lazy evaluation" See Also: data parallel, element wise, stencil
relation
an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together (usually plural) mutual dealings or connections among persons or groups; "international relations"
relation
(usually plural) mutual dealings or connections among persons or groups; "international relations"
relation
A relation consists of a heading: a set of attributes of the form <name : domain> of which <name> must be unique in the set, and a body: a set of tuples, containing a component for each attribute of the body of the form <name : value> in which <value> is a value of the domain for attribute <name> Relation is the formal name for the data structure used in the relational model Table is the informal name used by the DAE
relation
The concept of function, correlation, or association between or among attributes, which may be qualitative as well as quantitative
relation
A special type of table in which (a) every row is unique, (b) the columns are in no fixed order and (c) the rows are in no fixed order All the tables in a relational database will be relations
relation
A MathML content element used to construct expressions such as a < b
relation
For relations and function symbols i e [/relation R [[/avm ][/atomic ] ]], where R, the name of the relation, is SPF-atomic
relation
If something is said or done in relation to a subject, it is said or done in connection with that subject. a question which has been asked many times in relation to Irish affairs. In logic, a relation R is defined as a set of ordered pairs, triples, quadruples, and so on. A set of ordered pairs is called a two-place (or dyadic) relation; a set of ordered triples is a three-place (or triadic) relation; and so on. In general, a relation is any set of ordered n-tuples of objects. Important properties of relations include symmetry, transitivity, and reflexivity. Consider a two-place (or dyadic) relation R. R can be said to be symmetrical if, whenever R holds between x and y, it also holds between y and x (symbolically, (x) (y) [Rxy Ryx]); an example of a symmetrical relation is "x is parallel to y." R is transitive if, whenever it holds between one object and a second and also between that second object and a third, it holds between the first and the third (symbolically, (x) (y) (z ) [(Rxy Ryz) Rxz]); an example is "x is greater than y." R is reflexive if it always holds between any object and itself (symbolically, (x) Rxx); an example is "x is at least as tall as y" since x is always also "at least as tall" as itself. Einstein's mass energy relation equivalence relation international relations National Labor Relations Board public relations Labor Management Relations Act National Labor Relations Act industrial and organizational relations organizational relations
relation
an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts together
relation
From the theory of the relational model: the basic collection of data in a relational database A relation type consists of Attributes which usually have a name and a domain Hence the domain of a relation is the cross-product of the domains of its attributes The relation consists of tuples which have values for each attribute The theory also states that all tuples must be different (which means that a relation must have a primary key)
relation
The Dublin Core element used to designate A reference to a related resource Recommended best practice is to reference the resource by means of a string or number conforming to a formal identification system See section 4 of the Dublin Core Users Guide
relation
A person connected by cosanguinity or affinity; a relative; a kinsman or kinswoman
relation
sexual intercourse: the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
relation
The carrying back, and giving effect or operation to, an act or proceeding frrom some previous date or time, by a sort of fiction, as if it had happened or begun at that time
relation
a word or phrase that describes a way in which two concepts are inter-related; usually described by a verb or verb phrase
relation
{i} narration, act of telling; kinsman, family member; connection, association; connection between two persons, relationship
relation
A logical or natural association between two or more objects
relation
A classification that defines the relationships which can exist between two or more model types Each relation contains a list of rules that apply the relation to the model type
relation
Your relations are the members of your family. visits to friends and relations see also poor relation = relative
relation
A way in which two or more objects are connected, associated, or related, or (at a different level) a polyadic predicate symbolizing such a relation See attribute; predicate logic Relative complement of a set See complement Relative consistency proof The proof that some system S is consistent by appeal to theorems and methods of reasoning from some other system S' The result is that we know that S is consistent only if system S' is consistent See Hilbert's program Representation of a function A function f of n arguments from natural numbers to natural numbers is represented in a system iff there is a wff A with n+1 free variables such that A is a theorem when its variables are are instantiated to the natural numbers k1 kn+1 when f(k1 kn) = kn+1, and not a theorem otherwise Strong representation of a function A function f is strongly represented in a system iff it is represented in the system by wff A, and A is a theorem iff ~A is not a theorem
relation
Connection by consanguinity or affinity; kinship; relationship; as, the relation of parents and children
relation
The state of being related or of referring; what is apprehended as appertaining to a being or quality, by considering it in its bearing upon something else; relative quality or condition; the being such and such with regard or respect to some other thing; connection; as, the relation of experience to knowledge; the relation of master to servant
relation
The element is a propositional representation that organizes the arguments (Anderson)
relation
a person related by blood or marriage; "police are searching for relatives of the deceased"; "he has distant relations back in New Jersey"
relation
The act of a relator at whose instance a suit is begun
relation
A relation is a collection of ordered pairs, like (father, son) If these pairs are real numbers, like (5, 2), then the relation may be graphed on a pair of coordinate axes, and they may satisfy some formula, but this is not necessary Otherwise, we may give an alternative graphical description, using an arrow diagram
relation
A two-dimensional Table with Rows and Columns in an RDBMS A Table must have at least two Columns Each Row is an instance representing one relationship between column values (e g a table that relates Customer Numbers to their Names)
relation
Relations between people, groups, or countries are contacts between them and the way in which they behave towards each other. Greece has established full diplomatic relations with Israel see also industrial relations, public relations, race relations
relation
A named two-dimensional table of data (5)
relation
The act of relating or telling; also, that which is related; recital; account; narration; narrative; as, the relation of historical events
relation
An association between, or property of, two or more objects
relation
(law) the principle that an act done at a later time is deemed by law to have occurred at an earlier time; "his attorney argued for the relation back of the ammended complaint to the time the initial complaint was filed"
relation
The set of attributes and the primary candidate key which define an entity A complete table or database file A relation has the following properties: Non duplicate records Records are not in order (top to bottom) Attributes are not in order (left to right) Attribute values are atomic Each record has a unique primary key Report A formatted output from a database system Reports are created to meet user requirements for the presentation of information from a database [Top of Page] S Search the location of records in a database by comparing data items with given search criteria The select command is the SQL method of initiating a search for matching records
relation
the basic collection of data in a relational database Usually represented as a rectangualar array of data, in which each row (tuple) is a collection of data about one entity
sexual relations
relationship that involves sexual behavior
sour relations
spoil a relationship, ruin a relationship
strained relations
unpleasant relationship between two sides, feeling a lack of steady communication
strengthened the relations
made the friendship more close, reinforced the relationship
tense relations
strained connection between people
their relations broke off
the bond between them was broken, the contact between them broke off
trade relations
level of communication between two parties which are negotiating matters, relationship between a vendor and a buyer
warming relations
making a relationship more friendly
relations

    Hyphenation

    re·la·tions

    Turkish pronunciation

    rileyşınz

    Pronunciation

    /rēˈlāsʜənz/ /riːˈleɪʃənz/

    Etymology

    [ ri-'lA-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English relacioun, from Middle French relation, from Latin relation-, relatio, from referre to carry back.

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