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"connected" in British English

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connectedadjective

uk   us   /kəˈnek.tɪd/

connected adjective (JOINED)

joined together: The TV won't ​work if the cable's not connected.

connected adjective (RELATED)

related to someone or something: They're not ​bloodrelations - they're just connected by ​marriage. He was connected in some way with that ​fraudscandal a ​couple of ​years back.
(Definition of connected from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"connected" in American English

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connectedadjective [not gradable]

 us   /kəˈnek·tɪd/

connected adjective [not gradable] (JOINED)

(of two or more things) ​joined together: the connected ​parts of a ​machine

connected adjective [not gradable] (RELATED)

(of a ​person or thing) ​considered as ​related in some way to something ​else: some ​loosely connected ​stories If you are connected, you ​knowimportantpeople: He’s a ​politically connected ​lawyer.
(Definition of connected from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “connected”
in Chinese (Simplified) 连在一起的, 接通的…
in Turkish bağlantılı, ilişkili, bağlı…
in Russian связанный, соединенный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 連在一起的, 接通的…
in Polish powiązany, związany, połączony…
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