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link

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of link

  1. 1 a rod-shaped portion of seasoned ground meat in a casing <I like to put maple syrup on my breakfast links> Synonyms banger [British], sausage, wurstRelated Words bologna, frank, frankfurter, hot dog, kielbasa, knockwurst (also knackwurst), liver sausage (also liver pudding), liverwurst, pepperoni, salami, Vienna sausage, weenie, wiener (also weiner), wienerwurst; blood sausage (also blood pudding)

  2. 2 a uniting or binding force or influence <those old love letters were her only remaining link with her late grandparents> Synonyms cement, cord, knot, ligature, bond, tieRelated Words attachment, connection, fastening, hookup, joint, linkage, linkup, nexus, tie-up, union, yoke; affection, fondness, sympathy; fetter, handcuff, manacle, shackle, trammel; constraint, curb, hampering, limit, limitation, restraint, restrictionNear Antonyms detaching, disengaging, parting, separation; unbinding, unfastening, unfettering, untying (or untieing); emancipation, freedom, liberation, release




link

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of link

  1. 1 to put or bring together so as to form a new and longer whole <she linked the flowers together to form a long chain> Synonyms catenate, chain, compound, concatenate, conjugate, couple, hitch, hook, interconnect, interlink, join, connect, yokeRelated Words articulate, dovetail, integrate, interlock, intermesh; cord, string, wire; cement, coalesce, combine, fuse, unite, weldNear Antonyms detach, disengage, divide, part, split; cleave, rupture, sever, sunderAntonyms disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissever, disunite, separate, unchain, uncouple, unhitch, unlink, unyoke

  2. 2 to think of (something) in combination <since childhood I have always linked trips to the beach with the discomforts of sunburn and sand in my clothes> Synonyms connect, correlate, identify, associate, relateRelated Words compare, equate, liken; group, join, lump (together), tie (together)Near Antonyms contrast, differentiate, discriminate, distinguish, separate, set off




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