Chain synonyms

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A set of objects threaded together or attached on a string:
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A series of links
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A physical link, such as by wire or fiber-optic cable, between two or more points in a telecommunications system:
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(South Africa) A method of informal execution in which a rubber tyre is filled with petrol, placed around the victim's chest and arms, and set on fire.
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The strap of a wristwatch, used to secure it around the wrist.
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A series of links
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The definition of a leash is a cord that holds an animal.
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A U-shaped piece of metal secured with a pin or bolt across the opening, or a hinged metal loop secured with a quick-release locking pin mechanism.
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A device for confining the hands, usually consisting of a set of two metal rings that are fastened about the wrists and joined by a metal chain.
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A number of persons or things coming one after another in time or space; series; sequence
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(Mathematics) The sum of the terms of a sequence.
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(Countable) A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession.
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(Of a person) To join (two other objects), or to join (one object) to (another object): to take one object and attach it to another.
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Attach means to possess legally through a court ordered document.
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To make certain; ensure:
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To fasten or confine with a tether
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To put fetters on; shackle.
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To bind
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To confine is to impose limits or restrictions, or to prevent someone from leaving.
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To take a firm hold (on or upon); seize; cling
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To cause to wait or delay.
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To unite or hold, as by a feeling of loyalty or love
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To hold, fasten, or secure so as to prevent or limit movement:
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A sum paid as a guarantee of a person's appearance at court for trial; bail:
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(Archaic) A richly decorative collar.
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A closely linked series, as of writings or geological features.
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(Chemistry) The ability of a few elements, most especially carbon, to yield chains and rings by forming covalent bonds with atoms of the same element.
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(Surveying) A series of interconnected links of known length, used as a measuring device.
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A woman's ornamental chain or clasp, esp. one worn at the waist, with keys or a purse, watch, etc. fastened to it
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A collection of things or parts massed together; heap; pile
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A horizontal or transverse beam or similar member that extends across or perpendicular to something.
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Plural form of fetter
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(Historical) A piece of armour for the throat.
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An effigy of Guy Fawkes paraded through the streets of English towns and burned on Guy Fawkes Day.
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(Plural only) A plurale tantum with same meanings as manacle.
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The definition of a peg is a small, cylinder shaped piece used to fasten two things together or to plug a hole.
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(Ceramics) A long thin segment of soft clay, either extruded or formed by hand.
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Plural form of shackle
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The definition of a toggle is a rod, bolt or pin that's put through the hole of a chain or rope to fasten or tighten.
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The tendency of a force applied to an object to make it rotate about an axis. For a force applied at a single point, the magnitude of the torque is equal to the magnitude of the force multiplied by the distance from its point of application to an axis of rotation. Torque is also a vector quantity, equal to the vector product of the vector pointing from the axis to the point of application of force and the vector of force; torque thus points upward from a counterclockwise rotation.
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(Arithmetic) A horizontal line over the top of some of the terms in an expression, indicating that that part of the calculation is to be done before other parts.
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To provide with cable(s)
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To connect things together, especially to form a chain.
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Collar means to put something around the neck, or to take hold of.
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To produce in a forced or inhibited manner:
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To include or contain as part of something broader.
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To dominate; subjugate
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To store a file (aggregation of data) on a storage medium such as a disc or another computer.
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(Scot.) To go or work
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To put handcuffs on; manacle
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To iron is defined as to press something flat using a heated, heavy tool.
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To come into the company of.
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To make a link in (a webpage or electronic document):
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To provide with an abiding emotional attachment:
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(Radio, TV) To present on or broadcast over a network
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To saw is to do the action of cutting something, especially using a specific tool that is meant for cutting.
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To arrange in a sequence; put in order
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To adjust (an instrument or device) to a specific point or calibration:
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To twist (a string, rope, or the like) around itself securely.
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To prepare physically, as with a regimen:
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To entangle, as in a net.
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An arrangement of atoms of the same type that does not form a ring. Aliphatic compounds, such as ethane and isopropyl alcohol, are open-chain compounds.
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An arrangement of atoms of the same type that forms a ring. Benzene and naphthalene are closed-chain compounds.
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A chain or ring in an organic molecule that branches off from a central structure or from a part that is a point of reference.
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Something that physically confines the legs or arms.
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A rope, strap, etc. used to hobble a horse; fetter
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The definition of a restraint is something that restricts freedom or prevents someone from doing something.
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A shackle or fetter, especially for the leg.
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(Logic) The relation of consequent to antecedent; deduction.
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A complete body of prescribed studies constituting a curriculum:
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The prescribed form or customary procedure, as in a meeting or court of law:
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A number of persons or things moving forward, as in a parade, in an orderly, formal way
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(Math.) A sequence of numbers, each of which is obtained from its predecessor by the same rule
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(Sports) In some sports, e.g. golf or showjumping: one complete way around the course.
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The migration of fish, especially in order to spawn.
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A series of connected rooms used as a living unit.
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A rung or round of a ladder.
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To hamper is defined as to stop someone from doing something or stop something from progressing as it should.
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To cut the hamstring of (an animal or a person) and thereby cripple.
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To tie an animal's or someone's feet together; originally all four legs of a quadruped.
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(Hurling) The usual means of restarting play after a foul is committed, where the non-offending team restarts from where the foul was committed.
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To contribute to the effectiveness or improvement of (something); improve or advance:
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Any one of the threads, fibers, wires, etc. that are twisted together to form a length of string, rope, or cable
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(chemistry) a series of linked atoms (generally in an organic molecule)
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Selection, array.
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A series of adjoining mountains, often in a line.
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a series of hills or mountains
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Two or more relatively adjacent mountain ranges
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a series of hills or mountains
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British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)
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British biochemist (born in Germany) who isolated and purified penicillin, which had been discovered in 1928 by Sir Alexander Fleming (1906-1979)
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To remove chains from; to free; to liberate.
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Very familiar because of repeated telling:
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(Geopolitical) The Eurasian region home of the aforementioned mountain range.
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(Organic chemistry) A heterocyclic compound or ring.
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