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To join (a couple) in marriage.
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  1. To join (a couple) in marriage.
  2. To put or bring together so as to make one; combine or join into a whole
  3. To bring together in common cause, interest, opinion, etc.; join, as in action, through fellowship, agreement, legal bonds, etc.
(Computers) To make or have a link to (another webpage or electronic document):
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  1. (Computers) To make or have a link to (another webpage or electronic document):
  2. To join together with or as with a link or links
  3. To put together physically, as with links:
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 physically assemble (reassemble) from fragments or pieces.
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  1. To physically assemble (reassemble) from fragments or pieces.
  2. (Figuratively) To reconstruct an event or goal from incomplete or flawed elements.
To be unobtrusive or harmonious by resembling the surroundings or behaving like others in a group. Often used with in:
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  1. To be unobtrusive or harmonious by resembling the surroundings or behaving like others in a group. Often used with in:
  2. To combine or mix (different substances) so that the constituent parts are indistinguishable from one another:
  3. To create a harmonious effect or result:
To harvest and thresh with a combine
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  1. To harvest and thresh with a combine
  2. To join together for a common purpose.
  3. To come or bring into union; act or mix together; unite; join
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 into a single whole; merge; unite
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  1. To combine into a single whole; merge; unite
  2. To make strong or secure; strengthen:
  3. To unite into one system or whole; combine:
To become combined; unite.
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  1. To become combined; unite.
  2. To unite or blend with another metal. Used of mercury.
  3. To join together into one; unite; combine
To put side by side or close together
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  1. To put side by side or close together
To lay hands on; handle; use
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  1. To lay hands on; handle; use
  2. To cause or permit a part of the body, especially the hand or fingers, to come in contact with so as to feel:
  3. To bring (one thing) into light contact with something else:
To join together by fastening or by association; link; connect
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  1. To join together by fastening or by association; link; connect
  2. To form pairs; join.
  3. To come together; unite
To join or become joined together; unite.
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  1. To join or become joined together; unite.
To place at the end; append:
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  1. To place at the end; append:
  2. To permanently add to, attach, or fasten on. To permanently add to, attach, or fasten on.
  3. To secure to something; attach:
To combine or join:
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  1. To combine or join:
  2. To put or blend together in a single mass, collection, or compound
  3. To create or form by combining ingredients:
To gather together; congregate:
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  1. To gather together; congregate:
  2. To bring or call together into a group or whole:
  3. To fit or put together the parts of (a machine, etc.)
(Intransitive, of two or objects) To physically combine by adhesion.
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  1. (Intransitive, of two or objects) To physically combine by adhesion.
  2. (Idiomatic, intransitive) To unite, to combine
To put different items or groups together and treat them, or think of them as one single group.
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  1. To put different items or groups together and treat them, or think of them as one single group.
To become attached, fixed, or joined:
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  1. To become attached, fixed, or joined:
  2. To close or join in a particular manner:
  3. To join (one thing to another); attach; connect
To fix to; attach:
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  1. To fix to; attach:
  2. To add as a supplement or appendix:
  3. To attach or affix; add as a supplement or appendix
To connect by ties of affection, attraction, etc.
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  1. To connect by ties of affection, attraction, etc.
  2. To win the heart of; to connect by ties of love or self-interest; to attract; to fasten or bind by moral influence; with to.
  3. To adhere or become legally effective, especially in connection with something or upon some event. For example, certain rights and responsibilities attach to becoming a parent.
To get hold or possession of; obtain; acquire
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  1. To get hold or possession of; obtain; acquire
  2. To bring about; effect:
  3. (Naut.) To stop working
To fasten, connect, join, or bind in any way
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  1. To fasten, connect, join, or bind in any way
  2. To attach or fasten (one thing to another) by string or the like.
  3. To fasten, attach, or bind together or to something else, as with string, cord, or rope made secure by knotting, etc.
To take or appropriate, esp. without asking
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  1. To take or appropriate, esp. without asking
  2. To add on or attach, as a smaller thing to a larger; append
  3. To add or attach, as an attribute, condition, or consequence.
To cause cells or particles to clump together.
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  1. To cause cells or particles to clump together.
  2. To join together into a group or mass.
  3. (Linguistics) To form (words) by combining words or words and word elements.
To include or exclude by establishing specific boundaries.
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  1. To include or exclude by establishing specific boundaries.
  2. To fire beyond and short of (a target) in order to determine artillery range.
  3. To classify or group together.
To furnish with something that extends or stretches over
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  1. To furnish with something that extends or stretches over
  2. To encircle or cover with the hand or hands.
  3. To measure, esp. by the hand with the thumb and little finger extended
To mix or become mixed together.
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  1. To mix or become mixed together.
To restrain with or as if with a leash.
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  1. To restrain with or as if with a leash.
  2. To attach a leash to
  3. To check or control by or as by a leash
To become joined.
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  1. To become joined.
  2. To fit or join with a yoke.
  3. To join together; link
To join as spouses; unite in wedlock
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  1. To join as spouses; unite in wedlock
  2. To get married; take a spouse
  3. To unite in a close, usually permanent way:
To take as one's spouse.
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  1. To take as one's spouse.
  2. To unite closely:
  3. To perform the marriage ceremony for; to join in matrimony.
To engage in sexual intercourse in which the penis is inserted into the vagina.
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  1. To engage in sexual intercourse in which the penis is inserted into the vagina.
  2. To transfer male reproductive cells from one individual to another, usually into an internal organ or cavity, such as a cloaca. Used of animals.
To become cemented.
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  1. To become cemented.
  2. To cover or coat with cement.
  3. To join or unite with or as with cement
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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  1. To join (metals) by applying heat, sometimes with pressure and sometimes with an intermediate or filler metal having a high melting point.
  2. To bring into close or intimate union; unite in a single, compact whole
  3. To unite (pieces of metal, plastic, etc.) by heating until molten and fused or until soft enough to hammer or press together
To join the ends of (pieces of lumber) by overlapping and binding or bolting together
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  1. To join the ends of (pieces of lumber) by overlapping and binding or bolting together
  2. To join (pieces of wood) by overlapping and binding at the ends.
  3. To unite, as spars, timbers, rails, etc., by lapping the two ends together, or by applying a piece which laps upon the two ends, and then binding, or in any way making fast.
To hold tightly with the arms or hands; grasp firmly; embrace
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  1. To hold tightly with the arms or hands; grasp firmly; embrace
  2. To take hold of; to grasp; to grab tightly.
  3. To hold in a tight embrace.
To connect a fuse to
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  1. To connect a fuse to
  2. To become physically joined together, as by melting.
  3. To join (different pieces or elements) together physically, as by melting or heating:
To sight and follow (a moving target) automatically:
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  1. To sight and follow (a moving target) automatically:
  2. To fix in place so that movement or escape is impossible; hold fast:
  3. (Printing) To fasten (type elements) in a chase or on the bed of a press by means of quoins
To grip and hold; seize
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  1. To grip and hold; seize
  2. To struggle or try to cope (with)
  3. To use a grapple or similar device, as for dragging.
To put in effect forcefully; impose
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  1. To put in effect forcefully; impose
  2. To grip, fasten, or brace with or as with a clamp
  3. To fasten, grip, or support with or as if with a clamp.
To cut (an item) out of (a newspaper, magazine, etc.)
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  1. To cut (an item) out of (a newspaper, magazine, etc.)
  2. To enunciate with clarity and precision:
  3. To fasten with or as if with a clip; hold tightly.
To connect intricately
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  1. To connect intricately
  2. To unite by passing over and under each other; weave together
  3. (Intransitive) To cross one another as if woven together, as interlacing branches; to intertwine; to blend intricately.
To twine or twist together.
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  1. To twine or twist together.
  2. To twine around or together:
  3. To twist or twine around something (one another).
To add (something) at the end of what has been stated; append
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  1. To add (something) at the end of what has been stated; append
To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
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  1. To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
  2. To bring (a person) into relationship with oneself or another as companion, partner, friend, etc.
  3. To join together; connect; combine
To engage (persons or a person) for service in the armed forces.
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  1. To engage (persons or a person) for service in the armed forces.
  2. To join or support a cause or movement
  3. To get (another's help, support, aid, etc.)
To enroll oneself or become enrolled; register; enlist; become a member
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  1. To enroll oneself or become enrolled; register; enlist; become a member
  2. (Intransitive) To enlist oneself (in something) or become a member (of something)
  3. To enter or register in a roll, list, or record:
To go to or occupy in order to claim possession of (land).
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  1. To go to or occupy in order to claim possession of (land).
  2. 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.
  3. To get (a person, etc.) admitted
To attend an event or a sight.
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  1. To attend an event or a sight.
  2. To tend to support.
  3. Used other than as an idiom: see go,‎ to.
To come together:
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  1. To come together:
  2. To deal or contend with effectively:
  3. To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
To provide with an addition; supplement:
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  1. To provide with an addition; supplement:
  2. To send (with); add to; supplement
  3. To go with or attend as a companion or associate; to keep company with; to go along with.
To inquire for; request:
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  1. To inquire for; request:
  2. To try to locate or discover; search for:
  3. To try to get or find out by asking or searching
To accept the guidance, command, or leadership of:
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  1. To accept the guidance, command, or leadership of:
  2. To occur or be evident as a consequence of:
  3. To grasp the meaning or logic of; understand:
To say in reply, especially in sharp response to a reply.
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  1. To say in reply, especially in sharp response to a reply.
  2. To become joined again.
  3. To come, or go, again into the presence of; to join the company of again.
(Music) To select and combine organ or harpsichord registers
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  1. (Music) To select and combine organ or harpsichord registers
  2. To give outward signs of; express:
  3. To enroll officially or formally, especially in order to vote or attend classes.
To form a close relationship with (someone).
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  1. To form a close relationship with (someone).
  2. To become interested in (something).
  3. (Archaic) To be contented to receive; to receive without opposition; to put up with
(Intransitive) To agree to purchase some good or service.
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  1. (Intransitive) To agree to purchase some good or service.
  2. (Intransitive) To add one's own name to the list of people who are participating in something.
(Idiomatic) To commit to something with; to partner with.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To commit to something with; to partner with.
To accept (a set of generally agreed rules, or a suggestion).
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  1. To accept (a set of generally agreed rules, or a suggestion).
  2. To join (a group of people).
  3. To meet with (something).
To ally (oneself, for example) with one side of an argument or cause:
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  1. To ally (oneself, for example) with one side of an argument or cause:
  2. To adjust (parts of a mechanism, for example) to produce a proper relationship or orientation:
  3. To move or be adjusted into proper relationship or orientation.
(Obsolete) To escort; accompany.
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  1. (Obsolete) To escort; accompany.
  2. To associate; join
  3. To keep company or associate (with someone, esp. someone considered objectionable, undesirable, etc.)
To associate in a brotherly manner; be on friendly terms
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  1. To associate in a brotherly manner; be on friendly terms
  2. To associate with others in a brotherly or congenial way.
  3. To associate on friendly terms with an enemy or opposing group, often in violation of discipline or orders.
(Idiomatic) To commit to something with; to partner with.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To commit to something with; to partner with.
To take in as a member or branch
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  1. To take in as a member or branch
  2. To associate oneself; join
  3. To connect or associate (oneself) with an organization, movement, etc.
To choose to take the same point of view as (someone).
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  1. To choose to take the same point of view as (someone).
To share in something:
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  1. To share in something:
  2. To have or take a part or share with others (in some activity, enterprise, etc.)
(Rare) To bring near or into close association with
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  1. (Rare) To bring near or into close association with
  2. To live or be situated near (someone or something)
  3. To lie close to or border directly on.
To put a border on.
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  1. To put a border on.
  2. To be almost like another in character:
  3. To extend along the edge of; bound
To decorate with or as with fringe
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  1. To decorate with or as with fringe
  2. To be a fringe for; line
  3. To decorate with or as if with a fringe:
To move or drive headfirst
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  1. To move or drive headfirst
  2. To stick out; project
  3. To hit or push something with the head or horns.
To have a boundary (on another country, etc.)
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  1. To have a boundary (on another country, etc.)
  2. To be a limit or boundary to
  3. Simple past tense and past participle of bind
To end at; border upon
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  1. To end at; border upon
  2. To touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent.
  3. To adjoin; to border on; to cease at the point of contact; to connect or join at a border; to share a common border with. To adjoin; to border on; to cease at the point of contact; to connect or join at a border; to share a common border with.
To bring (one thing) into light contact with something else:
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  1. To bring (one thing) into light contact with something else:
  2. To cause or permit a part of the body, especially the hand or fingers, to come in contact with so as to feel:
  3. To border on; adjoin
To border or edge with something
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  1. To border or edge with something
  2. To move along the edge of or pass around rather than through
  3. To lie along or form the border or edge of
To place at the side, or on either side, of
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  1. To place at the side, or on either side, of
  2. To pass around the side of (an enemy unit)
  3. To put (something) on each side of:
In a parallel manner
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  1. In a parallel manner
  2. With a parallel relationship.
  3. To be or extend parallel to:
To roll around the rim of
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  1. To roll around the rim of
  2. To put around or along a rim
To utter a hem.
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  1. To utter a hem.
  2. To surround and shut in; enclose:
  3. To fold back the edge of and sew down; put a hem or hems on
To support as an abutment.
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  1. To support as an abutment.
  2. To touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent.
  3. To adjoin; to border on; to cease at the point of contact; to connect or join at a border; to share a common border with. To adjoin; to border on; to cease at the point of contact; to connect or join at a border; to share a common border with.
To attach:
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  1. To attach:
  2. To be next to; be contiguous to:
  3. To unite or annex (to a person or thing)
To provide with a border
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  1. To provide with a border
  2. To put a border on.
  3. To be almost like another in character:
To border on another place, state, or country.
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  1. To border on another place, state, or country.
  2. To spring back from a surface after striking it, as a ball does; bounce; rebound
  3. Simple past tense and past participle of bind
To move or drive headfirst
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  1. To move or drive headfirst
  2. To stick out; project
  3. To hit or push something with the head or horns.
To come together:
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  1. To come together:
  2. To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
  3. To deal or contend with effectively:
(Rare) To bring near or into close association with
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  1. (Rare) To bring near or into close association with
  2. To lie close to or border directly on.
  3. To live or be situated near (someone or something)
To cause or permit a part of the body, especially the hand or fingers, to come in contact with so as to feel:
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  1. To cause or permit a part of the body, especially the hand or fingers, to come in contact with so as to feel:
  2. To bring (one thing) into light contact with something else:
  3. To meet without going beyond; adjoin:
To be in the process of change or transition into something else; pass gradually (into)
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  1. To be in the process of change or transition into something else; pass gradually (into)
  2. To tend to move in a particular direction:
  3. To approach the nature or condition of something specified; come close. Used with on :
To unite or merge into a single body, group, or mass
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  1. To unite or merge into a single body, group, or mass
  2. To come together for a single purpose:
  3. To come or grow together into a single mass:
To have, exhibit, or involve in combination:
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  1. To have, exhibit, or involve in combination:
  2. To harvest and thresh with a combine
  3. To come or bring into union; act or mix together; unite; join
To produce or create by combining two or more ingredients or parts; compose or make up:
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  1. To produce or create by combining two or more ingredients or parts; compose or make up:
  2. To combine and 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 by coalescence or cohesion of particles or parts.
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 form pairs; join.
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  1. To form pairs; join.
  2. (Elec.) To join (two or more circuits) by a common magnetic or electric field or by direct connection
  3. To link together; connect:
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:
(Nautical) To join (two ropes) end to end by interweaving their strands.
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  1. (Nautical) To join (two ropes) end to end by interweaving their strands.
  2. To join as spouses; unite in wedlock
  3. To take as a spouse:
To become merged.
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  1. To become merged.
  2. To blend; merge; unite
  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 perform the marriage ceremony for; join in matrimony.
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  1. To perform the marriage ceremony for; join in matrimony.
  2. To unite closely:
  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 trace the origins or source of; specif., to determine legally the paternity of
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  1. To trace the origins or source of; specif., to determine legally the paternity of
  2. To associate oneself; join
  3. To connect or associate (oneself) with an organization, movement, etc.
To relate by similarity of structure, certain qualities, etc.
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  1. To relate by similarity of structure, certain qualities, etc.
  2. To unite or connect in a personal relationship, as in friendship or marriage.
  3. To unite or associate for a specific purpose, as families by marriage, nations by treaty, or companies by agreement
To join (with another or others) as a companion, partner, friend, etc.
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  1. To join (with another or others) as a companion, partner, friend, etc.
  2. To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
  3. To join together; connect; combine
To fasten together the printed pages of (a book) and enclose them within a protective cover
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  1. To fasten together the printed pages of (a book) and enclose them within a protective cover
  2. (Chemistry) To combine chemically or form a chemical bond.
  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 have, exhibit, or involve in combination:
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  1. To have, exhibit, or involve in combination:
  2. To harvest and thresh with a combine
  3. To come or bring into union; act or mix together; unite; join
To join or become joined together; unite.
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  1. To join or become joined together; unite.
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 join or fasten (two things together, or one thing with or to another); link; couple
  3. To establish a rapport or relationship; relate:
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 join or support a cause or movement
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  1. To join or support a cause or movement
  2. To enter on a list; to enroll; to register.
  3. To enter the armed forces.
(Intransitive) To enlist oneself (in something) or become a member (of something)
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  1. (Intransitive) To enlist oneself (in something) or become a member (of something)
  2. To enroll oneself or become enrolled; register; enlist; become a member
  3. To enter or register in a roll, list, or record:
To place formally on record; submit:
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  1. To place formally on record; submit:
  2. To write or put in:
  3. 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.
To add a name to the list of people who are participating in something.
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  1. To add a name to the list of people who are participating in something.
  2. (Intransitive) To agree to purchase some good or service.

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.
Find another word for join. In this page you can discover 168 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for join, like: unite, link, connect, piece-together, blend, combine, merge, consolidate, amalgamate, juxtapose and bring in contact.