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Translation of "connect" - English-French dictionary

connect

verb /kəˈnekt/
to join or be joined in some way; to tie or fasten or link together relier He connected the radio to the mains This road connects the two farms a connecting link This telephone line connects with the President.
to associate in the mind associer (à) People tend to connect money with happiness.
connection /-ʃən/ noun
something that connects or is connected connexion a faulty electrical connection.
(a) state of being connected or related rapports My connection with their family is very slight I wish to talk to you in connection with my daughter’s career.
a useful person whom one can contact, especially in business relation his connections in the clothing trade.
a train, bus etc to which one changes from another in the course of a journey correspondance As the local train was late, I missed the connection to London.
(Definition of connect from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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