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  1. link
    IPA[liNGk]
  2. noun

    • 1. a relationship between two things or situations, especially where one thing affects the other:

      investigating a link between pollution and forest decline
    • 2. a social or professional connection between people or organizations:

      he retained strong links with the media
    • 3. something that enables communication between people:

      sign language interpreters represent a vital link between the deaf and hearing communities
    • 4. a means of contact, travel, or transport between two points or places:

      they set up a satellite link with Tokyo a rail link from Newark to Baltimore
    • 5. a code or instruction which connects one part of a program or an element in a list to another.

    • 6. short for hyperlink

    • 7. a ring or loop in a chain:

      a chain made of steel links
    • 8. a unit of measurement of length equal to one hundredth of a surveying chain (7.92 inches).

    verb

    • 1. make, form, or suggest a connection with or between:

      rumors that linked his name with Judith foreign and domestic policy are linked she was linked up with an artistic group
      Synonym : associate, connect, relate, join, bracket, draw a connection between, marry, wed
    • 2. connect or join physically:

      a network of routes linking towns and villages the cows are linked up to milking machines three different groups, each linking with the other
    • 3. create a hyperlink between (web pages or hypertext documents):

      I've had problems linking my blog to other websites it turns out he reads my blogs and was very pleased I'd linked to his article
    • 4. clasp; intertwine:

      once outside he linked arms with her
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: link, plural noun: links

    • noun

      a torch of pitch and tow for lighting the way in dark streets.
    • noun

      a relationship between two things or situations, especially where one affects the other:

      a relationship or connection between people, countries, or organizations:

    • verb

      make, form, or suggest a connection with or between:

      connect or join physically:

    • noun

      a torch of pitch and tow for lighting the way in dark streets.
    • plural

      a golf course:
    • plural

      a golf course, especially one on grass-covered sandy ground near the sea:

      another term for linksland

    • noun

      a chemical bond between different chains of atoms in a polymer or other complex molecule.
    • verb

      make or become linked with a chemical cross-link:

      connect (something) by a series of transverse links:

    • noun

      an established connection between coins struck from the same die.
    • verb

      establish a connection between (coins).
    • noun

      a thing that is needed in order to complete a series, provide continuity, or gain complete knowledge:

      a hypothetical fossil form intermediate between two living forms, especially between humans and apes.

    • noun

      an electronic facility that enables audiovisual communication between people in different locations:
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