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join

join

 
 
pronunciation:
joIn
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb, noun
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: joined, joining, joins
definition 1: to put, bring, fasten, or connect together.
synonyms:
connect, couple, fasten, fix, link
antonyms:
disjoin, disunite, divide, part, separate, sever
similar words:
append, associate, attach, bind, bond, combine, dock, fuse, hitch, joint, knit, lock, marry, piece, solder, splice, unify, unite, yoke
definition 2: to become a member of.
similar words:
enroll in, enter
definition 3: to come into relationship or association with, or into the company of.
antonyms:
repudiate
similar words:
align, ally, associate, attach, consort, meet
definition 4: (informal) to be next to; adjoin.
synonyms:
adjoin
similar words:
abut, border
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to form a connection; be in contact.
antonyms:
disjoin, disunite, part, separate
similar words:
bond, connect, contact, cross, fasten, graft, link, marry, yoke
definition 2: to become a member of a group, such as a club or association.
similar words:
ally, engage, enroll
definition 3: to participate with others (often fol. by in).
synonyms:
participate
similar words:
share
 
part of speech: noun
definition: a joining, such as a seam or weld.
synonyms:
seam
antonyms:
separation
similar words:
junction, link, weld