catenate

verb
cat·e·nate | \ˈka-tə-ˌnāt \
catenated; catenating

Definition of catenate 

transitive verb

: to connect in a series : link

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Other Words from catenate

catenation \ˌka-tə-ˈnā-shən \ noun

Examples of catenate in a Sentence

a Broadway musical that catenates a series of pop hits by means of a flimsy libretto

First Known Use of catenate

circa 1623, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for catenate

Latin catenatus, past participle of catenare, from catena

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Dictionary Entries near catenate

catena

catenarin

catenary

catenate

catenative

cater

cateran

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The first known use of catenate was circa 1623

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