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Connected with or related to something

connected

adjective

things such as ideas, events, or facts that are connected are related to each other

related

adjective

if two or more things are related, there is a connection between them

corresponding

adjective

related to or connected with something

involved

adjective

connected with something

interdependent

adjective

things that are interdependent are related to one another in such a close way that each one needs the others in order to exist

interrelated

adjective

things that are interrelated affect each other because they are related in some way

allied

adjective

if something is allied to or with something else, it is connected with it or working together with it

intimate

adjective

an intimate connection between two things is a very close connection between them

inseparable

adjective

things that are inseparable cannot exist or be considered separately

synonymous

adjective

if one person, thing, or idea is synonymous with another, there is an extremely close connection between them, so that you cannot think of one without also thinking of the other

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the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible

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