- n.彼此间的看法，两者的关系; 关系( relation的名词复数 ); 亲戚（关系）; 亲属（关系）; （事物之间的）关系;
As soon as relations improve they will be allowed to go.
Incidents of this type cause irreparable damage to relations with the community.
There is a substantial payback in terms of employee and union relations.
The two sides would like to see the normalisation of diplomatic relations.
If relations between Hanoi and Washington begin to normalise, anything is possible.
His visit is expected to lead to the restoration of diplomatic relations.
Relations between the two countries have plumbed new depths.
George is a public relations officer for The John Bennett Trust.
The company has a track record of good employee relations.
Consultation is traditional in the consensual Belgian system of labour relations.
Race Relations Acts were passed in 1968 and 1976.
He moved away and broke off relations with the family.
It took up to Christmas for political relations to thaw.
The new industrial relations legislation curbed the power of the unions.
The offer is seen as an attempt to improve industrial relations.
We're asking the customers to specify what they want," said Craig Prusher, the chain's vice president of government relations.
A recent article in The Harvard Crimson noted the shocking growth of Harvard's public relations arm in the last five years and it questioned whether a focus on risk management and avoiding controversy was really the best outward-looking face of this great institution.
They attach too much importance to public relations
relations between whites and African Americans may become tense again
Workers have the legal rights to refuse certain unsafe work assignments under two federal laws: the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the National Labor Relations Act.
Those who had done the most boyhood activities were twice as likely to have warm relations with a wide variety of people, five times as likely to be well paid and 16 times less likely to have been unemployed.
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1. mutual dealings or connections or communications among persons or groups