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Synonyms for relate

relate to something or someone: concern

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relate to something or someone: connect with

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  • connect with
  • associate with
  • link with
  • couple with
  • join with
  • ally with
  • correlate to
  • coordinate with

relate to something or someone: empathize with

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Synonyms for relate

to give a verbal account of

to unite or be united in a relationship

to associate or affiliate oneself closely with a person or group

to interact with another or others in a meaningful fashion

Synonyms for relate

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That to me means you're writing characters that are relatable, believable and people want to show up for each week.
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A well-executed piece is able to make stories relatable, make an impact on viewers and leave a lasting impression with audiences.
Nielsen's Darren Moore said: "This is the year that relatable characters - people like you and me - replaced celebrities in the list of most-liked ads.
His songs speak completely for themselves they are relatable and emotional.
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In addition, the book is littered with personal accounts from some of Raugh's clients that are both relatable and rewarding--just like the entirety of the book itself.
Using relatable anecdotes, Bradberry and Greaves walk readers through an introduction to EQ, to the necessity of self-awareness and self-management (and how to achieve both), and to the tools of social awareness and relationship management.
I think audiences are responding really well because it is very relatable situations and
Life is One Big To-Do List addresses many important issues in a way readers will find humorous and relatable.
ON the heels of the blockbuster 'The 40--Year-Old Virgin', writer/director Judd Apatow again mines hilarity from relatable human experiences in a comedy about a one night stand with unexpected consequences: Knocked-Up premieres on Showmovies on April 16 at 9pm.
The brutal mental and emotional battle that Kyle suffers will be relatable on many levels to a broad range of YAs.
Shuch has said that she desires "to take big questions of life that are the most intimidating and find a way to make them relatable.
Under the theme of "Royal Moments," the advertisements in the campaign feature Shields, her husband and two daughters sharing a series of simple, relatable family moments, the company said.