Relatably vs Relatable what difference

what is difference between Relatably and Relatable

English

Etymology

relatable +‎ -ly

Adverb

relatably (comparative more relatably, superlative most relatably)

  1. In a relatable manner.

Anagrams

  • alterably, tabellary


English

Alternative forms

  • relateable

Etymology

relate +‎ -able

Adjective

relatable (comparative more relatable, superlative most relatable)

  1. Able to be related to something else; connected with.
    The damage was relatable to the recent earthquake.
  2. Able to be related to on a personal level.
    The characters in the play are very warm and relatable.
  3. Able to be passed on verbally; capable of being narrated or suitable for relating.
    His verbal abuse was not relatable to polite ears.

Related terms

  • nonrelatable
  • relatability
  • relatably
  • unrelatable

Translations

Anagrams

  • Albert Lea, alertable, alterable

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