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join

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a place where two or more things are united

  • a small crack in the chalice at the join of the stem and the bowl
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join

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1 to be adjacent to

  • the condo complex joins the golf course
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2 to become a member of

  • weʼre always looking for new people to join our book club
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3 to come together to form a single unit

  • one oxygen atom and two hydrogen atoms join to make one water molecule
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4 to participate or assist in a joint effort to accomplish an end

  • nations joining to bring aid to the earthquake-devastated region
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make common cause, play ball, pull together

5 to put or bring together so as to form a new and longer whole

  • the plan is to join the various bike paths so that cyclists can travel from one end of the cape to the other
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Synonym Discussion of join

join, combine, unite, connect, link, associate, relate mean to bring or come together into some manner of union. join implies a bringing into contact or conjunction of any degree of closeness.
    • joined forces in an effort to win
combine implies some merging or mingling with corresponding loss of identity of each unit.
    • combined jazz and rock to create a new music
unite implies somewhat greater loss of separate identity.
    • the colonies united to form a republic
connect suggests a loose or external attachment with little or no loss of identity.
    • a mutual defense treaty connected the two nations
link may imply strong connection or inseparability of elements still retaining identity.
    • a name forever linked with liberty
associate stresses the mere fact of frequent occurrence or existence together in space or in logical relation.
    • opera is popularly associated with high society
relate suggests the existence of a real or presumed logical connection.
    • related what he observed to what he already knew


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