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connection

noun (JOIN) 連接     /kəˈnek.ʃən/
[C or U] when something joins or is joined to something else, or the part or process that makes this possible (事物間的)連接,聯結;連接物 The electricity company guarantees connection within 24 hours. 電力公司保證24小時內通電。 It's no wonder your shaver isn't working. There's a loose connection (= a connecting wire has become loose) in the plug. 難怪你的剃鬚刀不轉了,插頭接線鬆了。 Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
[C] when people or things are joined or connected in some way (人或事物之間的)聯繫,關聯,關係 Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
connections [plural]
the people you know and who can help you 社會關係;人際關係;可資利用的熟人 He only got the job because of his connections! 他是因為人事關係才得到了這份工作! He has important connections in Washington. 他在華盛頓認識一些很有權勢的人。 Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
(Definition of connection noun (JOIN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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