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hyperlinknoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈhaɪpəlɪŋk/ (also link)
IT, INTERNET a word, phrase, or image on a website or in a computer document which you click on in order to go to a different website, different part of the document, etc.: Brokerage websites will often provide a hyperlink to the broker's internet trading area.
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hyperlinkverb [I or T]

uk   us   /ˈhaɪpəlɪŋk/ (also link) IT, INTERNET
to connect to another page, image, document, etc. on a website or computer document by creating a hyperlink: To hyperlink directly to a page in a PDF you must add an open parameter to the end of the URL.
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