- affiniteit, verwantschap
- (biology) state of relationship between organisms or groups of organisms resulting in resemblance in structure or structural parts
"in anatomical structure prehistoric man shows close affinity with modern humans"
- inherent resemblance between persons or things
- (immunology) the attraction between an antigen and an antibody
- I feel a strong affinity for her.
- They have a strange affinity for each other.
- This case has an affinity with that one.
- The second is the affinity with environment. By utilizing natural energy and reducing wastes, we have to make houses which harmonize with ecology.
- Magnanimity is a great treasure; harmonious affinity with others is wonderful, Detachment from name and gain averts trouble; happiness makes older people feel young.
- Affinity (please specify relationship): …
- Insoluble colour matter without fibre affinity.
- Impurities in pigments: Insoluble colour matter without fibre affinity
- They will frequently develop affinity relationships with conspecifics.
- Colour matter with fibre affinity (soluble or insoluble).
- Parliament need not normally evaluate the political affinity of members of a group.
- Impurities in dyes: Colour matter with fibre affinity (soluble or insoluble)
- This Regulation shall apply to maintenance obligations arising from a family relationship, parentage, marriage or affinity.
- In forming a group together under this Rule, Members concerned accept by definition that they have political affinity.
- Their close affinity to humans results in susceptibility to a number of diseases and parasites that are common to both and occasionally life threatening to the other.