Translation of "join" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

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uk /dʒɔɪn/ us /dʒɔɪn/

join verb (CONNECT)

B1 [ T ] to connect or fasten things together

A long suspension bridge joins the two islands. 一座长长的吊桥将两个岛屿连接起来。
Join the two pieces together using strong glue. 用强力胶把这两片粘起来。
The island is joined to the mainland by a road bridge. 一座公路桥将小岛和大陆连接起来。
If you join (up) the dots on the paper, you'll get a picture. 如果你将纸上的小点连起来,就会变成一幅画。

B1 [ I or T ] If roads or rivers join, they meet at a particular point.

The A11 joins the M11 south of Cambridge. A11 干道在剑桥以南与 M11 高速公路交汇。
The River Murray and the River Darling join east of Adelaide. 墨累河和达令河在阿德莱德以东汇合。

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join verb (DO TOGETHER)

A2 [ I or T ] to get involved in an activity or journey with another person or group

I don't have time for a drink now, but I'll join you later. 我现在没有时间,稍后会和你们一起喝上一杯。
Why don't you ask your sister if she would like to join us for supper? 为什么不问问你姐姐是否愿意和我们一起吃晚饭?
We took the ferry across the Channel and then joined (= got on) the Paris train at Calais. 我们乘渡船过了英吉利海峡,然后在加来上了去巴黎的火车。
If you're buying tickets, please join the queue (= stand at the end of it). 如果你要买今晚的演出票,请排队。
I'm sure everyone will join me in wishing you a very happy retirement (= everyone else will do this too). 我相信大家都会和我一样祝你退休生活愉快。
The police have joined with (= they have begun to work with) the Drug Enforcement Agency in trying to catch major drug traffickers. 警方和缉毒队联手抓捕大毒贩。
The design company is planning to join up with a shoe manufacturer and create a new line of footwear. 这家设计公司正计划与一家鞋厂联合推出一系列新鞋。

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join verb (BECOME A MEMBER)

A2 [ I or T ] to become a member of an organization

I felt so unfit after Christmas that I decided to join a gym. 圣诞节后我觉得身体不佳,决定到健身房锻炼。
It's a great club. Why don't you join? 这家俱乐部很棒。你为什么不加入呢?
join the ranks

to become one of a particular large group of people

When I leave school at the end of this month, I'll probably have to join the ranks of the unemployed. 我本月底毕业后很可能不得不加入失业大军。

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joinnoun [ C ]

uk /dʒɔɪn/ us /dʒɔɪn/

a place where two things meet or are fastened together

She'd stitched the two pieces together really carefully so that you couldn't see the join. 她将两块布非常仔细地缝在了一起,你看不到接缝。

(Translation of “join” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)