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Concerning the way in which two or more people or things are connected:‘there was no relational link between the killer and his victim’
- ‘Nominal concepts are relatively autonomous, whereas relational concepts display a high degree of conceptual dependence.’
- ‘These limitations to the concept of relational exchange are considered below.’
- ‘Married life is not only deeply relational, but it is also unpredictable.’
- ‘On the whole, locally upheld cultural ideals support a notion of the relational or connective self.’
- ‘I would say to him that my world is essentially relational, not personal.’
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