2 system, arrangement, structure, organization, complex, grid, criss-cross, web, plexus; maze, labyrinth, jungle, tangle:
She has developed a worldwide network of contacts for her business. Before transistors, the back of a radio was a network of multicoloured wires.
extensive, large, vast, wide, widespread | complex, elaborate, intricate | dense | strong
a strong network of friends
| supportive | global, local, national, worldwide | communications, telephone | bus, motorway, rail, railway, road | social | news, radio, television | computer | distribution, support | integrated
VERB + NETWORK
build up, create, establish, form, set up
They are establishing a network of pumps and pipelines to move the oil.
The new rail services will form a network connecting the capital and major cities.
They were unable to run the telephone network economically.
software to help you manage your network
across a/the ~
Users can access data across a network.
| in a/the ~
Members are all linked together in a network.
| on a/the ~
All computer users are connected on a network.
| over a/the ~
The files are accessible over a network.
| through a/the ~
Drinking water is brought to the village through a network of underground pipes.
| via a/the ~
The newspapers are sent out via a national distribution network.
| ~ of
a network of motorways
More information about ORGANIZATION
create, establish, form, found, set up, start ~
an association created to promote local industry The company was founded in 1981.
(often law)She sought a court order to have the partnership dissolved.
He runs an accountancy firm.
The executive committee manages the group on a day-to-day basis.
be/become a member of, join ~
She became a member of the Society of Arts.
The country plans to leave the organization.
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