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To come together; meet
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  1. To come together; meet
  2. To come into the company of:
  3. To put or bring together so as to make continuous or form a unit:
To join or be joined
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  1. To join or be joined
  2. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
  3. To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
To come together; unite
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  1. To come together; unite
  2. To join chemically.
  3. (Elec.) To join (two or more circuits) by a common magnetic or electric field or by direct connection
(Computers) To make or have a link to a webpage or electronic document:
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  1. (Computers) To make or have a link to a webpage or electronic document:
  2. To be or become joined together physically:
  3. To join together with or as with a link or links
To furnish with or install a fuse.
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  1. To furnish with or install a fuse.
  2. To connect a fuse to
  3. To melt together; to blend; to mix indistinguishably.
To lose or cause to lose identity by being absorbed, swallowed up, or combined
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  1. To lose or cause to lose identity by being absorbed, swallowed up, or combined
  2. To combine or unite into a single entity:
  3. To join together; unite; combine
To combine (varieties or grades of the same substance) to obtain a mixture of a particular character, quality, or consistency:
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  1. To combine (varieties or grades of the same substance) to obtain a mixture of a particular character, quality, or consistency:
  2. To mix or mingle (varieties of tea, tobacco, etc.), esp. so as to produce a desired flavor, color, grade, etc.
  3. To mix, merge, or unite
To cause to coalesce as a single whole or entity:
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  1. To cause to coalesce as a single whole or entity:
  2. To come together for a single purpose:
  3. To come or grow together into a single mass:
To agree, in exchange for consideration, not to prosecute a crime or seek punishment for the convicted criminal. See also compounding a crime.
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  1. To agree, in exchange for consideration, not to prosecute a crime or seek punishment for the convicted criminal. See also compounding a crime.
  2. To combine in or form a compound.
  3. A substance consisting of atoms or ions of two or more different elements in definite proportions joined by chemical bonds into a molecule. The elements cannot be separated by physical means. Water, for example, is a compound having two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom per molecule.
To make of, or cover with, concrete
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  1. To make of, or cover with, concrete
  2. To build, treat, or cover with hard, strong conglomerate construction material.
  3. To form into a mass; solidify
To join or become joined together; unite.
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  1. To join or become joined together; unite.
(Grammar) To inflect (a verb) in its forms for distinctions such as number, person, voice, mood, and tense.
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  1. (Grammar) To inflect (a verb) in its forms for distinctions such as number, person, voice, mood, and tense.
  2. (Biochem.) To join (compounds) so that the resulting substance can be readily removed, as a toxic product in the body
  3. (Archaic) To join together; unite; couple
To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
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  1. To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
  2. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
  3. To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
To join in a merger or union:
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  1. To join in a merger or union:
  2. To make strong or secure; strengthen:
  3. To unite into one system or whole; combine:
To link together; connect:
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  1. To link together; connect:
  2. (Elec.) To join (two or more circuits) by a common magnetic or electric field or by direct connection
  3. To form pairs; join.
To come together; meet
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  1. To come together; meet
  2. To come into the company of:
  3. To put or bring together so as to make continuous or form a unit:
To connect, relate, or associate:
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  1. To connect, relate, or associate:
  2. To join together with or as with a link or links
  3. To be or become joined together physically:
To take as a spouse:
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  1. To take as a spouse:
  2. To get married; take a spouse
  3. To join as spouses; unite in wedlock
To blend; merge; unite
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  1. To blend; merge; unite
  2. To become merged.
  3. (Card Games) To make known, for a score, that one holds (a card or combination of cards), esp. by putting them face up on the table
To make into or become a unit; consolidate.
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  1. To make into or become a unit; consolidate.
  2. To combine into one; become or make united; consolidate
To become combined or joined together; become one or as one, by adhering, associating, etc.
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  1. To become combined or joined together; become one or as one, by adhering, associating, etc.
  2. To bring together in common cause, interest, opinion, etc.; join, as in action, through fellowship, agreement, legal bonds, etc.
  3. To join (a couple) in marriage.
To unite closely:
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  1. To unite closely:
  2. To perform the marriage ceremony for; join in matrimony.
  3. To perform the marriage ceremony for; to join in matrimony.
To join in marriage
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  1. To join in marriage
  2. To become joined.
  3. To join together; link
To take in as a member or branch
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  1. To take in as a member or branch
  2. To connect or associate (oneself) with an organization, movement, etc.
  3. To associate oneself; join
To become allied
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  1. To become allied
  2. To unite or associate for a specific purpose, as families by marriage, nations by treaty, or companies by agreement
  3. To unite or connect in a personal relationship, as in friendship or marriage.
To join together; connect; combine
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  1. To join together; connect; combine
  2. (Intransitive) To join in or form a league, union, or association.
  3. To join as a partner, ally, or friend.
(Chemistry) To combine chemically or form a chemical bond.
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  1. (Chemistry) To combine chemically or form a chemical bond.
  2. To unite or hold, as by a feeling of loyalty or love
  3. To combine with, form a bond with, or be taken up by a chemical or chemical structure. An enzyme, for example, is structured in such a way as to be able to bind with its substrate.
To join or become joined together; unite.
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  1. To join or become joined together; unite.
To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
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  1. To join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
  2. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
  3. To join or be joined
To become a member of a group or organization
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  1. To become a member of a group or organization
  2. To put or bring together; connect; fasten
  3. To come into the company of:
To be or become joined together physically:
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  1. To be or become joined together physically:
  2. To join together with or as with a link or links
  3. To connect, relate, or associate:
To have or establish a social relationship; interact:
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  1. To have or establish a social relationship; interact:
  2. To give an account of (an occurrence, for example); narrate.
  3. To connect or associate, as in thought or meaning; show as having to do with; show a relation between
To put a band on or around; tie with a band
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  1. To put a band on or around; tie with a band
  2. To mark or identify with a band:
  3. To tie, bind, or encircle with or as if with a band.
(Idiomatic) To join together, as a gang.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To join together, as a gang.
To bring together in or as if in a league.
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  1. To bring together in or as if in a league.
  2. To form into a league
To become joined, formed, or combined into a unit:
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  1. To become joined, formed, or combined into a unit:
  2. To become combined or joined together; become one or as one, by adhering, associating, etc.
  3. To bring together in common cause, interest, opinion, etc.; join, as in action, through fellowship, agreement, legal bonds, etc.
To bring together into an organized whole
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  1. To bring together into an organized whole
  2. To give definite, tangible, or visible form to; make concrete
  3. To give a bodily form to; incarnate.
To give substantial, material, or physical form to
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  1. To give substantial, material, or physical form to
  2. To form into a body; to combine, as different ingredients, into one consistent mass.
  3. To include (something) as a part.
(Psychology) To bring about the integration of personality traits.
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  1. (Psychology) To bring about the integration of personality traits.
  2. To join with something else; unite:
  3. To open (an institution, for example) to people of all races or ethnic groups without restriction; desegregate.
(Canada, politics) Bloc Québécois
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  1. (Canada, politics) Bloc Québécois
  2. An alliance, often temporary, of political parties in a legislature
  3. A group of legislators who, without regard to party affiliation, act together to advance some common interest of their constituents
An association of industrialists, business firms, etc. for establishing a national or international monopoly by price fixing, ownership of controlling stock, etc.; trust
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  1. An association of industrialists, business firms, etc. for establishing a national or international monopoly by price fixing, ownership of controlling stock, etc.; trust
  2. An official agreement between governments at war, especially one concerning the exchange of prisoners.
  3. A group of independent producers or sellers in a particular industry, or a group of businesses with a common interest, who have joined together to reduce competition between themselves by allocating markets, sharing knowledge, or controlling the price and production of a product or service. See also monopoly and oligopoly. A group of independent producers or sellers in a particular industry, or a group of businesses with a common interest, who have joined together to reduce competition between themselves by allocating markets, sharing knowledge, or controlling the price and production of a product or service. See also monopoly and oligopoly.
A transitory association of animals of the same species in which members join forces against another animal or animals to defend against an attack or gain access to a resource.
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  1. A transitory association of animals of the same species in which members join forces against another animal or animals to defend against an attack or gain access to a resource.
  2. An alliance of factions, nations, etc., for some specific purpose, as of political parties in times of national emergency
  3. An alliance, especially a temporary one, of people, factions, parties, or nations.
(Math.) Any of the various groupings, or subsets, into which a number, or set, of units may be arranged without regard to order: dual combinations of A, B, C, and D are AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD
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  1. (Math.) Any of the various groupings, or subsets, into which a number, or set, of units may be arranged without regard to order: dual combinations of A, B, C, and D are AB, AC, AD, BC, BD, CD
  2. An alliance of persons or parties for a common purpose; an association.
  3. (Mathematics) One or more elements selected from a set without regard to the order of selection.
A literary work or film that is a mix of fact and fiction.
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  1. A literary work or film that is a mix of fact and fiction.
  2. A group of persons forming a cohesive, usually contentious minority within a larger group.
  3. A group of people inside a political party, club, government, etc. working in a common cause against other such groups or against the main body
A gathering for social entertainment, or the entertainment itself, often of a specific nature
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  1. A gathering for social entertainment, or the entertainment itself, often of a specific nature
  2. A group of people who have gathered to participate in an activity:
  3. A group of soldiers selected for a duty or mission:
An exclusive group of people acting privately or illegally to advance their own interests:
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  1. An exclusive group of people acting privately or illegally to advance their own interests:
  2. A circular band used for carrying, holding, or containing something:
  3. Annual ring
An official agreement between governments at war, especially one concerning the exchange of prisoners.
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  1. An official agreement between governments at war, especially one concerning the exchange of prisoners.
  2. An association of industrialists, business firms, etc. for establishing a national or international monopoly by price fixing, ownership of controlling stock, etc.; trust
  3. A group of independent producers or sellers in a particular industry, or a group of businesses with a common interest, who have joined together to reduce competition between themselves by allocating markets, sharing knowledge, or controlling the price and production of a product or service. See also monopoly and oligopoly. A group of independent producers or sellers in a particular industry, or a group of businesses with a common interest, who have joined together to reduce competition between themselves by allocating markets, sharing knowledge, or controlling the price and production of a product or service. See also monopoly and oligopoly.
A small body of still water.
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  1. A small body of still water.
  2. A combination of business firms for creating a monopoly in a particular market; trust
  3. A swimming pool.
A company consisting of a number of separate newspapers; a newspaper chain.
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  1. A company consisting of a number of separate newspapers; a newspaper chain.
  2. An association of people or firms formed to promote a common interest or carry out a business enterprise.
  3. An association of individuals or corporations formed to carry out some large-scale project requiring much capital
An industrial or business combination, now illegal in the U.S., in which management and control of the member corporations are vested in a single board of trustees, who are thus able to control a market, absorb or eliminate competition, fix prices, etc.
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  1. An industrial or business combination, now illegal in the U.S., in which management and control of the member corporations are vested in a single board of trustees, who are thus able to control a market, absorb or eliminate competition, fix prices, etc.
  2. Reliance on something in the future; hope:
  3. Firm belief in the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing; confidence or reliance:
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