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affiliate to associate or connect (oneself) as a subordinate member or branch (usu. fol. by "with"). [1/4 definitions]
air sac an air-filled space or cavity in a living organism, esp. any of the ends of certain bronchial tubes in a bird's body that connect with the larger body cavity and assist in breathing.
ally to unite or connect in a formal alliance (usu. fol. by "to" or "with"). [1/5 definitions]
anastomose to connect, either by natural branching growth or by surgery (parts of a blood vessel, nerve, or any branching system).
and with; also; along with; as well as (used to connect words with identical grammatical functions). [1/3 definitions]
associate to connect mentally, as ideas, memories, and the like. [1/10 definitions]
attach to join, fasten, or connect; affix. [2/4 definitions]
bridge1 something that serves to connect separate things, concepts, people, or groups. [1/6 definitions]
butt2 to connect or juxtapose (two things) end-to-end. [2/5 definitions]
chalaza one of two spiral strands of albumen that connect the yolk of an egg to the shell membrane and help keep the yolk centrally suspended.
connectable combined form of connect.
connective serving or tending to connect. [1/2 definitions]
couple to pair (one thing with another) or fasten together as a pair; connect. [1/6 definitions]
festoon to connect or make into the form of a festoon. [1/4 definitions]
gear to furnish with or connect by gears. [1/8 definitions]
ground1 to connect (a wire or the like) to an electrical ground. [1/13 definitions]
hinge to supply or connect with or as if with a hinge or hinges. [1/5 definitions]
hitch1 to connect or attach with or as if with a rope or straps, esp. loosely or temporarily. [1/9 definitions]
hook up to connect to a system or power source. [2/3 definitions]
hyphenate to write, connect, or divide with a hyphen. [1/2 definitions]
identify to associate or connect (usu. fol. by "with"). [1/4 definitions]