in·ter·link | \ˌin-tər-ˈliŋk \
interlinked; interlinking; interlinks

Definition of interlink 

transitive verb

: to link together

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interlink \ˈin-tər-ˌliŋk \ noun

Examples of interlink in a Sentence

she was idly interlinking paper clips into a chain as she listened

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Hard to get excited about team combat when classes don't interlink for the sake of fun strategy. Sam Machkovech, Ars Technica, "Onrush game review: Sexy arcade racing in serious need of a tune-up," 5 June 2018 These Rivers Run Dry 1 / 13 View Images Some say that interlinking the rivers is a better alternative. National Geographic, "How an Indian Guru Cleans the World's Most Polluted Rivers," 21 Mar. 2018 The 2018 spring/summer collection is about items that interlink with each other., "Finally, J.W.Anderson's Second Uniqlo Collaboration Is Here," 20 Mar. 2018 While acknowledging the border and peace process are interlinked, the official pointed out that customs checks went on as the peace process bedded down without widespread problems. Dara Doyle,, "Melodrama or Running Sore: Does Brexit Imperil Ireland’s Peace?," 2 Mar. 2018 Even in rural areas that trend conservative, these points of interlinking struggle represent an opportunity for progressive activists. Sarah Jones, New Republic, "Whitewashing Trump Country," 21 Feb. 2018 That’s the perk of playing on a super team, of having a roster stocked with talent as a safety net, of being interlinked with guys who allow him to be him. Marcus Thompson Ii, The Mercury News, "Kevin Durant returns to Oklahoma City blanketed by his star-studded teammates," 10 Feb. 2017 Notably, both India and Japan have declined to participate in China's One Belt, One Road project -- an ambitious series of interlinking trade deals and infrastructure projects throughout Eurasia and the Pacific. Steve George And Huizhong Wu, CNN, "US, India and Japan begin naval exercises, as China looks on," 11 July 2017 All That Man Is’ a novel, but there’s very little explicitly interlinking its separate narratives. The New York Times, New York Times, "Reader’s Guide to This Fall’s Big Book Awards," 3 Oct. 2016

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First Known Use of interlink

1587, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of interlink was in 1587

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English Language Learners Definition of interlink

: to connect (two or more things) together

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to reject or criticize sharply

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