join verb (CONNECT) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "join" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

join

verb (CONNECT)
連接
 
 
/dʒɔɪn/
[T] to connect or fasten things together
連接;接合
A long suspension bridge joins the two islands.
一座長長的吊橋將兩座島嶼連接起來。
Join the two pieces together using strong glue.
用強力膠把這兩片黏起來。
The island is joined to the mainland by a road bridge.
一座公路橋將小島和大陸連接起來。
If you join (up) the dots on the paper, you'll get a picture.
如果你將紙上的小點連起來,就會變成一幅畫。
Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
[I or T] If roads or rivers join, they meet at a particular point
(使)交會;(使)匯合
The A11 joins the M11 south of Cambridge.
A11 幹道在劍橋以南與 M11 高速公路交會。
The River Murray and the River Darling join east of Adelaide.
墨瑞河和達令河在阿德萊德以東匯合。
Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
(Definition of join verb (CONNECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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