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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpertainper‧tain /pəˈteɪn $ pər-/ verb   pertain to something→ See Verb table
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pertainBecause there are some religions that believe in nonmedical spiritual healing, most states provide special laws pertaining to them.Clinger also issued Thomason a subpoena demanding any records pertaining to the travel office case.The Marxian capitalist has infinite shrewdness or cunning on everything except matters pertaining to his own ultimate survival.Current legislation is not likely to pertain much longer, however.Our results pertain to a sample of 101 subjects, in many of whom the birth weight was obtained by maternal recall.They pertain to all possible effects that could have occurred, both positive and negative, anticipated and unanticipated.These modifications pertain to improvements in the inspection and operation of locking and vent mechanisms.
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Verb table
Simple Form
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it, theypertained
Present perfect
theyhave pertained
ithas pertained
Past perfect
it, theyhad pertained
it, theywill pertain
Future perfect
it, theywill have pertained
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