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connect /kə'nekt/
  • ngoại động từ
    • nối, nối lại, chấp nối
      • to connect one thing to (with) number: nối vật này với vật khác
    • liên hệ (trong ý nghĩ)
    • làm cho có mạch lạc
    • (thường), dạng bị động kết liên, kết thân, kết giao; có quan hệ với, có họ hàng với
      • to be connected with a family: kết thân với một gia đình, thông gia với một gia đình
  • nội động từ
    • nối nhau, nối tiếp nhau
      • the two trains connect at Y: hai chuyến xe lửa tiếp vận ở ga Y
Concise Dictionary
connects|connected|connectingkə'nekt
verb
+connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces
+make a logical or causal connection
+be or become joined or united or linked
+join by means of communication equipment
+land on or hit solidly
+join for the purpose of communication
+be scheduled so as to provide continuing service, as in transportation
+establish a rapport or relationship
+establish communication with someone
+plug into an outlet
+hit or play a ball successfully

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 join or link or tie (together), unite:
An old road connects the two towns.
2 associate, affiliate, link, relate, league, tie (in):
The police connected him with the break-in. The institute is connected with a pharmaceuticals company.
3 fasten, bind, unite, tie, link, join, attach, couple, put together, secure, fit, fix, affix, stick, anchor, lock; rivet, weld, braze, solder, screw, nail, stitch, sew, pin, hook, staple, tack, glue, cement, fuse, seal, buckle, strap, bolt, lash, chain, moor:
Connect the parts to the frame.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
join
1 ~ A to / with B
~ A and B to join together two or more things; to be joined together: [VN] The towns are connected by train and bus services. + The canal was built to connect Sheffield with the Humber estuary. + a connecting door (= one that connects two rooms) + [V] The rooms on this floor connect.
electricity / gas / water
2 [VN] ~ sth (to sth) to join sth to the main supply of electricity, gas, water, etc. or to another piece of equipment: First connect the printer to the computer. + We're waiting for the telephone to be connected.
Antonym: DISCONNECT
link
3 [VN] [usually passive] ~ sb/sth (with sb/sth) to have a link with sb/sth: They are connected by marriage. + The two subjects are closely connected. + jobs connected with the environment
See also - UNCONNECTED, WELL CONNECTED
4 [VN] ~ sb/sth (with sb/sth) to notice or make a link between people, things, events, etc.
Synonym: ASSOCIATE
There was nothing to connect him with the crime. + I was surprised to hear them mentioned together: I had never connected them before.
of train / bus / plane
5 [V] ~ (with sth) to arrive just before another one leaves so that passengers can change from one to the other: His flight to Amsterdam connects with an afternoon flight to New York. + There's a connecting flight at noon.
telephone lines
6 [VN] to join telephone lines so that people can speak to each other
Synonym: PUT THROUGH
Hold on please, I'm trying to connect you.
Antonym: DISCONNECT
form relationship
7 [V] ~ (with sb) (especially AmE) to form a good relationship with sb so that you like and understand each other: They met a couple of times but they didn't really connect.
hit
8 [V] (especially AmE) ~ (with sb/sth) (informal) to hit sb/sth: The blow connected and she felt a surge of pain.
Phrasal Verbs: connect sth<->up (to sth)
connect up (to sth) to join sth to a supply of electricity, gas, etc. or to another piece of equipment; to be joined in this way: She connected up the two computers.
Antonym: DISCONNECT
Collocation Dictionary
verb

1 join

ADV.

directly
Downstairs toilets were connected directly to the drains.
| up
We need to connect all the pipes up to the water tank.

PREP.

to
Connect the machine to the power supply.
| with
A corridor connects his office with the main building.

2 link

ADV.

closely, intimately
Bad diet is closely connected with many common illnesses.
| directly

PREP.

with
The police were looking for evidence to connect him with the crime.



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