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network

verb
 
 
/ˈnetwɜːk/
[T] IT to connect computers together, or to connect a piece of electronic equipment to a computer, so that they can share information: The office computers have all been networked.network sth to sth You can have your TV networked to your home computer.
[I] to meet people who might be useful to know, especially in your job: They network through friends, former co-workers, and professional organizations.network with sb Conferences offer the opportunity to network with other professionals in your field of business.
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