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join

  

      vb  
1    to come or bring together; connect  
2    to become a member of (a club, organization, etc.)  
3    intr; often foll by: with   to become associated or allied  
4    intr; usually foll by: in   to take part  
5    tr   to meet (someone) as a companion  
6    tr   to become part of; take a place in or with  
7    tr   to unite (two people) in marriage  
8    tr     (Geometry)   to connect with a straight line or a curve  
9    tr      an informal word for       adjoin  
10    join battle   to start fighting  
11    join duty     (Indian)   to report for work after a period of leave or a strike  
12    join hands  
a    to hold one's own hands together  
b    (of two people) to hold each other's hands  
c    usually foll by: with   to work together in an enterprise or task  
      n  
13    a joint; seam  
14    the act of joining  
15      (Maths)      another name for       union       9     (See also)        join up  
     (C13: from Old French joindre from Latin jungere to yoke)  
  joinable      adj  


join up  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to become a member of a military or other organization; enlist  
2    often foll by: with   to unite or connect  
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union  
      n  
1    the condition of being united, the act of uniting, or a conjunction formed by such an act  
2    an association, alliance, or confederation of individuals or groups for a common purpose, esp. political  
3    agreement or harmony  
4       short for       trade union  
5    the act or state of marriage or sexual intercourse  
6    a device on a flag representing union, such as another flag depicted in the top left corner  
7    a device for coupling or linking parts, such as pipes  
8    often cap  
a    an association of students at a university or college formed to look after the students' interests, provide facilities for recreation, etc.  
b    the building or buildings housing the facilities of such an organization  
9      (Also called)    join            (Maths)   a set containing all members of two given sets. Symbol: <union>, as in A<union>B  
10      (in 19th-century England)  
a    a number of parishes united for the administration of poor relief  
b    a workhouse supported by such a combination  
11      (Textiles)   a piece of cloth or fabric consisting of two different kinds of yarn  
12    modifier   of or related to a union, esp. a trade union  
     (C15: from Church Latin unio oneness, from Latin unus one)  


join         
      vb  
1    to come or bring together; connect  
2    to become a member of (a club, organization, etc.)  
3    intr; often foll by: with   to become associated or allied  
4    intr; usually foll by: in   to take part  
5    tr   to meet (someone) as a companion  
6    tr   to become part of; take a place in or with  
7    tr   to unite (two people) in marriage  
8    tr     (Geometry)   to connect with a straight line or a curve  
9    tr      an informal word for       adjoin  
10    join battle   to start fighting  
11    join duty     (Indian)   to report for work after a period of leave or a strike  
12    join hands  
a    to hold one's own hands together  
b    (of two people) to hold each other's hands  
c    usually foll by: with   to work together in an enterprise or task  
      n  
13    a joint; seam  
14    the act of joining  
15      (Maths)      another name for       union       9     (See also)        join up  
     (C13: from Old French joindre from Latin jungere to yoke)  
  joinable      adj  
join up  
      vb   adv  
1    intr   to become a member of a military or other organization; enlist  
2    often foll by: with   to unite or connect  

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join

  
1    accompany, add, adhere, annex, append, attach, cement, combine, connect, couple, fasten, knit, link, marry, splice, tie, unite, yoke  
2    affiliate with, associate with, enlist, enrol, enter, sign up  
3    adjoin, border, border on, butt, conjoin, extend, meet, reach, touch, verge on  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    detach, disconnect, disengage, disentangle, divide, separate, sever, unfasten  
2    leave, part, quit, resign  

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