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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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