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attach yourself to sb/sth

phrasal verb with attach uk   us   /əˈtætʃ/ verb [T]
If you ​attach yourself to a ​person or ​group, you ​join him, her, or it, usually for a ​limitedperiod of ​time: Being on his own, he ​attached himself to a ​noisygroup at the ​bar.
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