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Translation of "link" - English-Spanish dictionary

link

noun   /lɪŋk/
a connection between two people, things, or ideas vínculo There’s a direct link between smoking and cancer. Their links with Britain are still strong.
B1 a connection between documents or areas on the internet enlace Click on this link to visit our online bookstore.
one ring of a chain eslabón
verb   /lɪŋk/
to make a connection between two or more people, things, or ideas conectar, relacionar The drug has been linked to the deaths of several athletes. The two offices will be linked by computer.
→  Phrasal verbs link (someone/something) up
(Definition of link from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

link

noun /liŋk/
a ring of a chain eslabón There was a worn link in the chain and it broke an important link in the chain of evidence.
anything connecting two things enlace, vínculo, lazo His job was to act as a link between the government and the press.
link up phrasal verb
to join or be joined closely or by a link conectar An electrician called to link up our house to the mains electricity supply (nounlink-up)
linking verb noun
(linguistics ) a verb such as ‘be’, ‘become’, or ‘seem’ that connects the subject of a sentence with its complement (= the adjective or noun that describes it); copula verbo copulativo In the sentence ‘He seems happy’, the linking verb is ‘seems’.
linking word noun
(linguistics) a word that connects one part of sentence to another (e.g. ‘and’) or one sentence to another (e.g. ‘Therefore …’) to show how the parts of a text relate to each other. conector
(Definition of link from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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