Associated [verb]

Definition of Associated:

connect in the mind

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Sentence/Example of Associated:

Of the 20 countries considered most vulnerable to climate change and associated disasters, the IFRC found that none were in the top 20 countries receiving funding.

Some companies have committed to offsetting the emissions associated with making their products, but these pledges can’t always be taken at face value.

Graduates with bachelor’s degrees still generally make more than people with lesser credentials — about $19,000 a year more than associate degree recipients when they’re at the peak of their respective careers, according to the Hamilton Project.

That’s not the face usually associated with an eating disorder.

Perhaps, as Barrett suggests, no comparable historical disaster is so closely associated with one individual.

By October, there were 173 cases associated with the facility, according to the state health department.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was one of the heroes of the coronavirus crisis, working hand-in-glove with Fed chair Jay Powell to give the central bank all the ammunition it needed to fight the virus and the associated economic recession.

In some of our markets there continue to be quarantine requirements associated with players coming into town, so you factor those in and you back it up from there.

Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas and his old company, Fraud Guarantee.

We support efforts to raise the minimum wage while we continue to make investments in our associates.