Conjunction synonyms

kən-jŭngk'shən
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In England, a former combination of parishes for the joint administration of relief for the poor; also, a workhouse kept up by such a union
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The act of combining, the state of being combined or the result of combining.
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Serving to connect, as a conjunction; copulative or conjunctive.
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A group of individuals meeting or associated for fellowship or a common purpose. See also freedom of association.
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An established communications or transportation link.
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The state or fact of occupying the same relative position or area in space.
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(Nautical) The place where a distributary departs from the main stream.
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Congruence.
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The quality or condition of being parallel.
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(Countable) An understanding between entities to follow a specific course of conduct.
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Of something which coordinates
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(Gram.) Expressing mutual relation and used in pairs
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Including or implying supposition, or hypothesis; supposed.
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(Chiefly British) Dessert.
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Act of joining together
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An addition or stipulation:
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Act of joining together
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(Scotland) The outer room of a small two-room cottage.
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One or the other (of two)
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Act of joining together
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The dependent or subordinate relationship of clauses with connectives.
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A supposition or speculation
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(Logic, electronics) Alternative form of NOR.
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Gold, represented in heraldic engraving by a white field sprinkled with small dots.
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(Grammar) Speech or writing in which clauses or phrases are placed together without being separated by conjunctions, for example "I came; I saw; I conquered".
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Act of joining together
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A Mon-Khmer-speaking people of Laos and Thailand.
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(Grammar) a lexical class of words that joins a clause at a subordinate syntactic level.
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Act of joining together
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Used to refer to the one, thing, or type specified as follows:
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An unstratified, unconsolidated mass of boulders, pebbles, sand, and mud deposited by the movement or melting of a glacier. The size and shape of the sediments that constitute till vary widely.
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(Interrogative) What time; which time
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(Usage Problem) In which:
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The time, effort, or trouble taken in doing something:
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(Dialectal) A metal pan or boiler; yetling.
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(Uncountable, military) The separation of a military unit from the main body for particular purpose or a special mission.
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Unexpected termination of a telephone connection.
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The process of sorting or distinguishing into different components, groups, or categories:
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Each of the separate parts of something resulting from division.
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An affiliating or being affiliated; connection, as with an organization, club, etc.
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A close association for a common objective, as of nations, political parties, etc.
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The association of a number of people in an enterprise for mutual benefits or profits
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A relationship between individuals or groups that is characterized by mutual cooperation and responsibility, as for the achievement of a specified goal:
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The left side of a horse or of a team of horses pulling a carriage etc.
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The act of lengthening, or the state of being lengthened; protraction; extension.
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(Law) In United States intellectual property law, a proceeding in which an interested party seeks to prevent the registration of a trademark or patent.
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(Uncountable) The fact of a thing occurring simultaneously with something else; correlation.
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A connective word, especially a conjunction or conjunctive adverb.
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(Botany) The tissue which connects the locules of an anthers together.
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(Linguistics) a durative.
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The process of adjusting parts so that they are in proper relative position:
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(Biology) The temporary fusion of organisms, especially as part of sexual reproduction
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A binding together.
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