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conjunction

noun  us   /kənˈdʒʌŋk·ʃən/

conjunction noun (CONNECTING WORD)

grammar [C] a word such as "and," "but," "because," or "although" that connects words, phrases, and clauses in a sentence

conjunction noun (COMBINATION)

[C/U] a combination of events or conditions: [U] Physicists are working in conjunction with engineers on the project.
Translations of “conjunction”
in Arabic أداة رَبْط…
in Korean 접속사…
in Malaysian kata penghubung…
in French conjonction…
in Turkish bağlaç…
in Italian congiunzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 連接詞, 連詞,連接詞…
in Russian союз (в грамматике)…
in Polish spójnik…
in Vietnamese liên từ…
in Spanish conjunción…
in Portuguese conjunção…
in Thai คำสันธาน…
in German die Konjunktion…
in Catalan conjunció…
in Japanese (文法)接続詞…
in Indonesian konjungsi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 连接词, 连词,连接词…
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