linknoun [ C ]uk /lɪŋk/ us /lɪŋk/
link noun [ C ] (CONNECTION)
Their links with Mexico are still strong.
- This research confirms the link between aggression and alcohol.
- The police have found no evidence of a terrorist link with the murder.
- There is a direct link between smoking and lung cancer.
- Strong trading links exist between us and many South American countries.
- Despite living in different countries, the two families have maintained close links.
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linkverb [ T ]uk /lɪŋk/ us /lɪŋk/
- The vaccine has been linked to autism.
- The group has been linked with recent bombings.
- Police think the murders may be linked.
- The two events are linked in my mind.
- He has been linked with the pop star.