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English definition of “joined up”

joined up

adjective uk   us  
mainly UK If writing is joined up, each letter in a word is connected to the next one: [before noun] My daughter is just starting to learn how to do joined-up writing at school. UK If ideas, systems, or parts are joined up, they are combined in a useful and effective way.
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