linkverb

  • ja結び付く、つながる
  • ento join by or as if by a link or lines; to connect or unite

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Twenty six bars?
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It's like I'm linked directly to the satellite.
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Dad!
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When 2 particles are created at the same time,
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they can be linked together.
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Their designs included artificial islands linked by bridges.
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And within any ecosystem,
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many of these flows
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many of these flows are linked together.

Other meanings for link...

linknoun

  • ja結びつけるもの[人]、つながり、絆
  • enanything serving to connect one part or thing with another; a bond or tie
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Military intelligence has earmarked Sharif as the link that will lead us to Zayef.
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During a speech at Sydney Opera House, the Duke of Cambridge joked,
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"I suspect George's first word might be 'bilby' — only because 'koala' is harder to say.
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George is now busy forging his own link with Australia."
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If he holds the Reality Gem, that means he can jump from different realities.
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This will be our link to the Marvel Universe from the 'Star Wars' universe.
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You know how sometimes when you're eating a regular sandwich,
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- you put in fries or potato chips... - Potato chips, yeah!
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- ...to make it taste better? - Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah.
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- It's like the missing link we've been searching for. - The link!