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  • 41 join — 1 /dZOIn/ verb 1 CONNECT a) (T) to connect or fasten things together: Join the two pieces of wood with strong glue. | The hip bone is joined to the thigh bone. b) (I, T) to come together and become connected: Where does the river join the sea? 2… …

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  • 42 join — [[t]ʤɔ͟ɪn[/t]] ♦ joins, joining, joined 1) VERB If one person or vehicle joins another, they move or go to the same place, for example so that both of them can do something together. [V n] His wife and children moved to join him in their new home …

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  • 43 join — joinable, adj. /joyn/, v.t. 1. to bring in contact, connect, or bring or put together: to join hands; to join pages with a staple. 2. to come into contact or union with: The brook joins the river. 3. to bring together in a particular relation or… …

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  • 44 join — verb 1) we joined a bunch of sticks together Syn: fasten, attach, tie, bind, couple, connect, unite, link, yoke, weld, fuse, glue 2) the two clubs have joined together Syn …

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  • 45 join — /dʒɔɪn / (say joyn) verb (t) 1. to bring or put together, in contact or connection. 2. to come into contact, connection, or union with: the brook joins the river. 3. to bring together in relation, purpose, action, coexistence, etc.: to join… …

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  • 46 join*/*/*/ — [dʒɔɪn] verb I 1) [T] to become a member of an organization, club, or group, or to start working for an organization Ant: leave I m thinking of joining a choir.[/ex] Martin joined the firm in 1999.[/ex] He wants to join the army.[/ex] 2) [T] to… …

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  • 47 join — [[t]dʒɔɪn[/t]] v. t. 1) to bring or put together or in contact; connect: to join hands[/ex] 2) to come into contact or union with: The brook joins the river[/ex] 3) to bring together in a particular relation or for a specific purpose; unite: to… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 48 join — v. & n. v. 1 tr. (often foll. by to, together) put together; fasten, unite (one thing or person to another or several together). 2 tr. connect (points) by a line etc. 3 tr. become a member of (an association, society, organization, etc.). 4 tr.… …

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  • 49 join — I. verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French joindre, from Latin jungere more at yoke Date: 13th century transitive verb 1. a. to put or bring together so as to form a unit < join two blocks of wood with glue > b. to connect (as points)… …

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  • 50 Join with Us — This article is about the album. For the song, see Join With Us (song). Join with Us Studio album by The Feeling …

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  • 51 join — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. unite (see junction); federate, associate, affiliate; become a member; marry. See contact, unity. Ant., separate. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To put or bring together] Syn. unite, connect, link, piece… …

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  • 52 join forces — verb work together on a common enterprise of project (Freq. 2) The soprano and the pianist did not get together very well We joined forces with another research group • Syn: ↑collaborate, ↑cooperate, ↑get together • Derivationally related …

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  • 53 join with sb — UK US join with sb/sth Phrasal Verb with join({{}}/dʒɔɪn/ verb ► to get together with another company, person, or group in order to do something together: join with sth/sb in doing sth »The department store has joined with other local stores in… …

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  • 54 join with sb/sth — UK US join with sb/sth Phrasal Verb with join({{}}/dʒɔɪn/ verb ► to get together with another company, person, or group in order to do something together: join with sth/sb in doing sth »The department store has joined with other local stores in… …

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  • 55 join with sth — UK US join with sb/sth Phrasal Verb with join({{}}/dʒɔɪn/ verb ► to get together with another company, person, or group in order to do something together: join with sth/sb in doing sth »The department store has joined with other local stores in… …

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  • 56 join up with sb — UK US join up with sb/sth Phrasal Verb with join({{}}/dʒɔɪn/ verb ► to get together with another company, person, or group in order to do something together or form one company, group, etc.: »The design company is planning to join up with a shoe… …

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  • 57 join up with sb/sth — UK US join up with sb/sth Phrasal Verb with join({{}}/dʒɔɪn/ verb ► to get together with another company, person, or group in order to do something together or form one company, group, etc.: »The design company is planning to join up with a shoe… …

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  • 58 join up with sth — UK US join up with sb/sth Phrasal Verb with join({{}}/dʒɔɪn/ verb ► to get together with another company, person, or group in order to do something together or form one company, group, etc.: »The design company is planning to join up with a shoe… …

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  • 59 together — to|geth|er1 W1S1 [təˈgeðə US ər] adv ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(with each other)¦ 2¦(make one thing)¦ 3¦(be a couple)¦ 4¦(in one place)¦ 5 close/packed/crowded etc together 6¦(against each other)¦ 7¦(in agreement)¦ 8¦(at the same time)¦ 9¦(combine amounts)¦ …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 60 together — to|geth|er1 [ tə geðər ] adverb *** ▸ 1 combined or joined ▸ 2 with each other ▸ 3 near each other ▸ 4 against each other ▸ 5 when people unite ▸ 6 at the same time ▸ 7 considered as whole ▸ 8 in a relationship ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) if you put two or… …

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