O'Brien is relatable, someone perceived to be taking chances, trying to stay true to himself.
Her arc was always the most interesting and relatable, and what hooked us on Glee to begin with.
The diction is simple, the humor is soft and his subjects deal with the relatable details of daily life.
Bancroft thought that the action would make Pumbaa more “human and relatable.”
Not only would this make her a relatable regular gal, she could share charming stories about her hubby as a Little League dad.
In the statement released after her arrest, she was all too relatable.
Their trials and tribulations might not always be 100 percent realistic or relatable to the majority of Americans.
“That is what is relatable about this, getting to see the two worlds,” Russell continues.
At the same time, she also needs to be relatable and likeable.
She must be told of the beauties and dimensions of Stornham, all relatable details of Rosy's life must be generously dwelt on.
1520s, "to recount, tell," from Middle French relater "refer, report" (14c.) and directly from Latin relatus, used as past participle of referre "bring back, bear back" (see refer), from re- "back, again" + latus (see oblate (n.)).
Meaning "stand in some relation; have reference or respect" is from 1640s; transitive sense of "bring (something) into relation with (something else)" is from 1690s. Meaning "to establish a relation between" is from 1771. Sense of "to feel connected or sympathetic to" is attested from 1950, originally in psychology jargon. Related: Related; relating.