- to relate to
to be relevant
to have involvement
- The firm has ties with an American corporation.
- The new proposals affect both clergy and laity.
- That's OK, you owe me one!
- One thing that is related to or connected with another.
- I think your condition have a lot to do with ... your ways of life or habit.
- Is there a link between smoking and lung disease?
- I disagree with you view that the schedule it unimportant. I think that timing is very much to the point.
- It is said he has secret love affairs with two women!
- A qualifying or amplifying word
- It's no skin off my nose if I lose this job, I can always get another one.
- His wife had much to do with his bankruptcy.
- Her mother is meanwhile trying to bribe shady characters on mopeds supposedly connected to the studio with predictably gloomy consequences.
- France's epode programme has generated international interest with its apparent success linked to strong political leadership overseeing a range of initiatives from improved school nutrition to town planning designed to encourage exercise.
- Any of several birds such as the ruffed grouse or the bobwhite similar or
- "Rhett" she asked suddenly "did you have anything to do with the breaking up of the klan?"