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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunrelatedun‧re‧lat‧ed /ˌʌnrɪˈleɪtɪd◂/ ●○○ adjective  1 CONNECTED WITHtwo things that are unrelated are not connected to each other in any way The police think that the two incidents are unrelated.unrelated to His illness is unrelated to the accident.2 FAMILY#people who are unrelated are not from the same family
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unrelatedBlue-eyed cats are deaf because those at first sight unrelated characters share an embryonic pathway.Eighty unrelated controls, 61 patients with gastric ulcer, and 57 patients with duodenal ulcer were studied.These 2500 season seats will offer those possessing them the option to hold the same seat for unrelated events.The technique is really one of creating harmony in two separate and unrelated layers.Despite the economic problems and some unrelated political problems of the 1960s, the country remained a relatively prosperous one.Many consultancies welcome work experience in a field unrelated to public relations.She is also remembered because she was painted by Velázquez, although this is not unrelated to the family tree.Father even allows quite unrelated youngsters to join the family group if they will take on some of the work of baby-carrying.
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