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closely related/connected/associated etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishclosely related/connected/associated etcclosely related/connected/associated etcif two or more things are closely related etc, there is a strong connection between them closely related subjects such as physics, chemistry, and maths Her development as a writer is closely connected with her religion. closely
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closely related/connected/associated etcHowever, a further ten shared elements show whales to be closely related to hippopotami.This is closely related to item 3 above.Cuvier noticed that the most recently extinct creatures such as the mammoth were closely related to living species.Power strategies are closely related to power bases.Perhaps even more than is usual in the social sciences, theory is closely related to practice.These enormous structures vary with age and are closely related to the dominance of their owners in the hierarchy.It is not isolated but closely connected with contemporary movements.The men are often in the home, doing work closely associated with women in most societies.
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