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- join is part of the Basic English 850.
- (transitive) If someone joins two or more things, they bring them together.
- Their lives were joined.
- They joined hands.
- (transitive & intransitive) If someone joins someone else, they do something together.
- I will join you on your walk.
- Hey, James! Come and join in. We're having fun.
- (transitive) If someone joins a club, school, etc. they become a member.
- Would you like to join our club?
- (transitive) If someone joins two or more things, they make a connection between them.
- The new building is joined to the school by a short hallway.
- (to unite) unite, marry, merge, synthesize, combine, bring together
- (to accompany) accompany, go with
- (to become a part) enter, sign up, inscribe, unite
- (to make a link) link, bond, associate, connect
- (to unite) disjoin, divorce, unmerge, break, separate, part
- (to accompany) leave, part
- (to become a part) resign, exit, quit
- (to make a link) unlink, break, disassociate, part, disconnect