Meaning of “and” - Learner’s Dictionary

and

conjunction uk us strong /ænd/ weak /ənd, ən/
JOIN

A1 used to join two words or two parts of a sentence:

We were tired and hungry.
Tim lives in Brighton and Anne in Oxford.
AFTER

A1 used to say that one thing happens after another thing:

I got dressed and had my breakfast.
SO

so:

The car wouldn't start and I had to get a taxi.
AFTER VERB mainly UK

A2 used instead of 'to' after some verbs, such as 'try' and 'go':

Try and eat something.
NUMBERS

A1 used when saying or adding numbers:

It cost a hundred and twenty pounds.
Two and three equals five.
EMPHASIZE

B1 used between two words that are the same to make their meaning stronger:

(Definition of “and” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)