link arms

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of link arms

: to hook bent arms together at the elbow
  • The elderly couple linked arms as they walked down the street.

Word by Word Definitions

link play
  1. : a connecting structure: such as

  2. : a single ring or division of a chain

  3. : one of the standardized divisions of a surveyor's chain that is 7.92 inches (20.1 centimeters) long and serves as a measure of length

  1. : to couple or connect by or as if by a link

  2. : to become connected by or as if by a link

  1. : a torch formerly used to light a person's way through the streets

  1. : to skip smartly along

arm play arms
  1. : a human upper limb

  2. : something like or corresponding to an arm: such as

  3. : the forelimb of a vertebrate

  1. : to furnish or equip with weapons

  2. : to furnish with something that strengthens or protects

  3. : to equip or ready for action or operation

  1. : a means (such as a weapon) of offense or defense

  2. : a combat branch (as of an army)

  3. : an organized branch of national defense (such as the navy)


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