Create hierarchy in glossary

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In a glossary I would like to create a hierarchy (not just related terms, but a real tree structure).

In the manual on glossaries (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/purview/how-to-create-import-export-glossary) step 6 specifies mentions that a glossary item can have a parent if it's in a hierarchy. But this page does not explain at all how to make a glossary item part of a hierarchy; can somebody elaborate on that (or improve the documentation)?

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