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connect

verb
 
 
/kəˈnekt/
JOIN [I, T] B1 to join two things or places together
birleştirmek, bağlamak
Ferries connect the mainland with the islands. Connect up the printer to your computer.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixturesLinking and relatingRegarding and concerning
INVOLVE [T] to see or show that two or more people or things are involved with each other
bağlantı kurmak, ilişkisi olmak, ilişkilendirmek
There is no evidence to connect him with the crime.Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
TRAVEL [I] If buses, trains, aircraft, etc connect, they arrive at a particular time so that passengers can get off one and onto another.
aktarmak, aktarması olmak, bağlantılı olmak
Can you get me a connecting flight?Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixturesTravelling
TELEPHONE [T] to make it possible for two people to talk to each other on the telephone
bağlamak, irtibatlandırma/irtibatlamak
→  Opposite disconnect Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixturesCommunicating by telephone
(Definition of connect from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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