link

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link

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  1. (transitive), (often passive) If you link two or more things, you make a connection between them.
    The Northern Ireland economy is closely linked to that of the rest of the United Kingdom.
    A number of computers can be linked together to make a network.

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Noun[change]

a chain with 3 full links
  1. A link is a connection between two or more things.
    It's easy to see a close link between studying and good grades.
    The link between England and Europe is an old one.
  2. A link is a word or picture on the Internet that you click to go to another page.

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