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Italian translation of “join”

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join

verb
 
/dʒɔɪn/
A2 to become a member of an organization
arruolarsi in, diventare socio di
He joined the army when he was 18.
A2 to do something or go somewhere with someone
congiungersi a, unirsi a
Would you like to join us for dinner?
B1 to fasten or connect things together
unire, congiungere
Join the ends together with glue.
B1 to meet at a particular point
congiungersi a, unirsi a
This is the point where the two rivers join.
(Definition of join verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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