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allied

[uh-lahyd, al-ahyd]
adjective
1.
joined by treaty, agreement, or common cause: allied nations.
2.
related; kindred: allied species.
3.
(initial capital letter) of or pertaining to the Allies.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English; see ally, -ed2

nonallied, adjective
preallied, adjective
unallied, adjective
well-allied, adjective


2. akin.
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allied (əˈlaɪd, ˈælaɪd)
 
adj
1.  joined, as by treaty, agreement, or marriage; united
2.  of the same type or class; related

Allied (ˈælaɪd)
 
adj
of or relating to the Allies

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allied
c.1300, pp. adj. from ally (q.v.). Originally of kindred; in ref. to league or formal treaty, it is first recorded late 14c.
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