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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelationsrelations[plural] a) RELATIONSHIPofficial connections between countries, companies, organizations etcrelations with Britain threatened to break off diplomatic relations with the regime.relations between Relations between the two countries have improved recently. b) RELATIONSHIPthe way in which people or groups of people behave towards each otherrelations between Relations between workers and management are generally good. public relations relation
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relation withMy hunch is that Kostunica's instincts are those of cooperation and good relations with neighbours.Analysts expect no big changes in relations with the U.S.
From Longman Business Dictionaryrelationsre‧la‧tions /rɪˈleɪʃənz/ noun [plural]1official connections between countries, companies etcrelations with/betweena bid to improvediplomatic relations with Beijingthe development of economic relations between the two regions2the way people behave towards each otherrelations with/between/amongThey work hard at developing good relations with their customers.The increase in productivity was a direct result of improved relations among the workers. employee relations industrial relations see also public relations