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  1. join
    IPA[join]
  2. verb

    • 1. link; connect:

      the tap was joined to a pipe join the paragraphs together
    • 2. become linked or connected to:

      where the Drave River joins the Danube
      Synonym : meet, touch, reach, extend to, abut, adjoin, border (on), converge (with), rejoin
    • 3. connect (points) with a line:

      join up the points in a different color
    • 4. unite to form one entity or group:

      they joined up with local environmentalists countries join together to abolish restrictions on trade
    • 5. become a member or employee of:

      she joined the department last year
    • 6. take part in:

      I joined the demonstration I joined in and sang along
      Synonym : become a member of, help in, participate in, join in, get involved in, contribute to, have a hand in, enlist (in), join up (with), sign up (with), affiliate to, team up (with), join forces (with), play a part (in), band together, get together, ally
    • 7. become a member of the armed forces:

      her brothers joined up in 1914
    • 8. come into the company of:

      after the show we were joined by Jessica's sister
    • 9. support (someone) in an activity:

      I am sure you will join me in wishing him every success

    noun

    • 1. a place or line where two or more things are connected or fastened together:

      it was soldered so well that you couldn't see the join
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: join, plural noun: joins

    • v.: verb: join, 3rd person present: joins, gerund or present participle: joining, past tense: joined, past participle: joined

    • verb

      link; connect:

      become linked or connected to:

    • noun

      a place or line where two or more things are connected or fastened together:
    • combine efforts
    • begin fighting
    • hold each other's hands
    • hold each other's hands
    • begin fighting
    • combine efforts
    • used as an observation that someone else is in a difficult or unwelcome situation similar to one's own
    • noun

      a meal or event where each of the guests contributes a dish:
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