conjoin


conjoin

verb

Definition of CONJOIN

1
to come together to form a single unit <several streets conjoin to form the crossroads known as New York's Times Square>
2
to form or enter into an association that furthers the interests of its members <small farmers had to conjoin in order to compete with the agricultural conglomerates>
Antonyms break up, disband
3
to participate or assist in a joint effort to accomplish an end <government agencies and private charities have conjoined to bring relief to the famine-stricken nation>
Synonyms band (together), collaborate, concert, concur, conjoin, conspire, join, league, team (up), unite

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