have (sexual) relations (with someone)

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have (sexual) relations (with someone)

To engage in sexual intercourse or activity (with someone); to have or be in a sexual relationship (with someone). As there was no hard evidence that Mr. Smith's ex-wife had sexual relations outside of marriage, the judge was obliged to uphold the prenuptial agreement during the divorce proceedings. I hear Jim got fired for having relations with his secretary.
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have relations with someone

Euph. to have sexual relations with someone. While engaged to Mary, he was having relations with at least two other women. She was having relations with one of her employees, which was strictly against policy.
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6% of the adult children of heterosexual parents had sexual relations with their parent.
A national newspaper has apologised to a former Tory mayor over allegations he had sexual relations with a teenage girl.
But prosecutors have obtained secretly taped conversations in which Lewinsky confided to a friend she had sexual relations with President Clinton and then was encouraged to li e about it.
Voss has said he had sexual relations with a priest as a teenager, a relationship he has called nurturing, according to the newspapers.
In two cases, the article said, a priest had sexual relations with a young man who came to him for counseling and subsequently became a priest himself.
Even as the president's advisers review his options, some have prefaced their remarks by saying that it is still possible that Clinton will say again, as he has publicly, that he never had sexual relations with Lewinsky.
In that deposition, when the president was asked whether he had an affair with Lewinsky, his response seemed to be straightforward: ``I have never had sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky.
17 deposition in the Paula Jones case, stated, ``I have never had sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky.
In a day of dramatic advances for Kenneth Starr, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky ended six months of silence and told prosecutors in a face-to-face meeting Monday that she had sexual relations with President Clinton, according to several legal sources.
With eyes narrowed and one index finger stabbing the air, President Clinton angrily denied Monday that he had had sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern whose tape-recorded accounts of an affair with him now threaten his presidency.