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link up

phrasal verb with link uk   us   /lɪŋk/ verb
to join with someone or something, especially in order to work or operate together: link up with sth We offer advice to Asian companies who want to link up with European businesses. We encourage our customers to link up, discuss products, and make recommendations to us.

link-upnoun [C]

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a connection between two things, organizations, etc., for example so that they can work together: The link-up between the two retailers is part of a plan for both of them to find new avenues for their products.
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