Join synonyms

join
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To become combined or joined together; become one or as one, by adhering, associating, etc.
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(Computers) To make or have a link to (another webpage or electronic document):
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To press or push lightly; tap:
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(Elec.) To join (two or more circuits) by a common magnetic or electric field or by direct connection
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To guard from danger or risk of loss:
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To confine or restrict as if with cord:
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To join (metals) by applying heat, sometimes with pressure and sometimes with an intermediate or filler metal having a high melting point.
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To cut, cut off, or cut out with or as if with shears:
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To connect by or as if by lacing together; interweave.
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To deal or contend with effectively:
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To occur or be evident as a consequence; result:
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To go well together; harmonize
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To join (two or more substances) to make a single substance, such as a chemical compound; mix.
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To join in a merger or union:
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To combine in an amalgam
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To place side by side, especially for comparison or contrast.
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To put or bring together
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To join together; unite; combine
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To add (an ingredient or element) to another:
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To fit or put together the parts of (a machine, etc.)
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) To unite, to combine
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To put or bring together
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To put different items or groups together and treat them, or think of them as one single group.
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To close or join in a particular manner:
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To fix to; attach:
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1610, The Tempest, by William Shakespeare, act 3 scene 2
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To add on or attach, as a smaller thing to a larger; append
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(Linguistics) To form (words) by combining words or words and word elements.
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To group, classify, or associate together
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To encircle or cover with the hand or hands.
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To mix or become mixed together.
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To put or bring together
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To restrain with or as if with a leash.
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To be joined together or closely united
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(Nautical) To join (two ropes) end to end by interweaving their strands.
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To marry
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To put or bring together
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To engage in sexual intercourse in which the penis is inserted into the vagina.
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To cover or coat with cement.
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To join (pieces of wood) by overlapping and binding at the ends.
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To fasten with or as if with a clasp.
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To blend two or more substances by melting.
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To intertwine or interlock; link together
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To seize and hold with a grapple:
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To put in effect forcefully; impose
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To twine or twist together.
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To add something to the end; to append or annex
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To put or bring together
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To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
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To get (another's help, support, aid, etc.)
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To enroll oneself or become enrolled; register; enlist; become a member
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In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it. In real property, to pass upon or into; of litigation, to file or present to the court—for example, to enter an appearance into the record; of a contract, to enter into it means to sign or execute it.
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
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To send (with); add to; supplement
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To enter the company of
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To bend one's efforts toward; aim at; pursue
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To join again; to unite after separation.
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To transcribe permanently, as if in a register
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To enter the company of
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To form a close relationship with (someone).
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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(Intransitive) To agree to purchase some good or service.
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(Idiomatic) To commit to something with; to partner with.
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To accept (a set of generally agreed rules, or a suggestion).
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To adjust (parts of a mechanism, for example) to produce a proper relationship or orientation:
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To keep company; associate:
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To associate with others in a brotherly or congenial way.
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(Idiomatic) To commit to something with; to partner with.
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To adopt or accept as a member, subordinate associate, or branch:
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To choose to take the same point of view as (someone).
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To share in something:
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To enter the company of
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To live or be situated close by.
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To be almost like another in character:
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To decorate with or as if with a fringe:
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To bounce; rebound.
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To adjoin
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To end at; border upon
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To pass close to; miss narrowly:
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To be located at the side
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In a parallel relationship or manner:
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To put or form a rim on or around
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To adjoin
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To enter into an alliance:
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To fasten together the printed pages of (a book) and enclose them within a protective cover
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To connect or fasten with or as with a bond; bind
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To cross by or as if by a bridge.
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To come or grow together into a single mass:
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To draw into; involve
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To make fixed or focused
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To become united or joined closely, as by hooking or dovetailing.
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To strike with the knee.
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To form (one or more stitches of the basic type)
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To form a knot or knots; become entangled
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To provide with a mate
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To join, unite, associate, or take part with others; specif., to interact with others at a party or other social gathering
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To mend by adding pieces or a piece to:
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To contribute to a pool, or common fund; make a common interest or form a pool (of)
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To have or establish a social relationship; interact:
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To become joined or united as by solder
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To fasten together with staples or thread.
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To join together with or as with sutures
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To harness or join together so as to form a team.
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To give or offer to give voluntarily:
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To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
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To be next to; be contiguous to
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To join end to end
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To be on or as if on the verge, edge, brink, or border: usually with on or upon
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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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To make of, or cover with, concrete
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(Grammar) To inflect (a verb) in its forms for distinctions such as number, person, voice, mood, and tense.
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(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
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To make into or become a unit; consolidate.
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To become a member of
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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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A summary:
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(Bot.) A joint in a stem or between two separable parts, as a branch and leaf
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(Zoology) A point in the exoskeleton of an invertebrate at which movable parts join, as along the leg of an arthropod.
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A particular or critical moment in the development of events; crisis
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An interface between materials having different characteristics, as the pn junction in a semiconductor or the boundary between two metals in a thermocouple
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cause to become joined or linked
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(Intransitive, military) Of a soldier, to get into position in a rank.
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become part of; become a member of a group or organization
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(Intransitive) to become linked or joined together
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(Figuratively) To reconstruct an event or goal from incomplete or flawed elements.
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To lose or cause to lose identity by being absorbed, swallowed up, or combined
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To put or bring together
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To secure to something; attach:
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To put or bring together
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To surround and shut in; enclose:
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Synonym Study

  • Consolidate implies a merger of distinct and separate units into a single whole for resulting compactness, strength, efficiency, etc. to consolidate one's debts
  • Associate implies a joining with another or others as a companion, partner, etc. and, in extended use, suggests a connection made in the mind to associate Freud's name with psychoanalysis
  • Link stresses firmness of a connection linked together in a common cause
  • Connect implies attachment by some fastening or relationship roads connected by a bridge, the duties connected with a job
  • Unite implies a joining or combining of things to form a single whole the United States
  • Combine implies a mingling together of things, often with a loss of distinction of elements that completely merge with one another to combine milk and water
  • Join is the general term implying a bringing or coming together of two or more things and may suggest direct contact, affiliation, etc.
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