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Translation of "connect" - English-Spanish dictionary

connect

verb   /kəˈnekt/
B1 to join two things or places together conectar, comunicar A small bridge connects the two parts of the building.
(Definition of connect from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

connect

verb /kəˈnekt/
to join or be joined in some way; to tie or fasten or link together unir, enlazar, conectar He connected the iron to the mains This road connects the two farms a connecting link This telephone line connects with the President.
to associate in the mind asociar People tend to connect money with happiness.
connection /-ʃən/ noun
something that connects or is connected conexión a faulty electrical connection.
(a) state of being connected or related relación 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 contacto his connections in the clothing trade.
a train, bus etc to which one changes from another in the course of a journey enlace As the local train was late, I missed the connection to London.
connector /kəˈnektə/ noun
something which is used to connect two pieces of equipment Conector a cable connector.
connecting flight /kəˈnektiŋ ˈflait/ noun
a flight scheduled to depart after your first flight has arrived if you are making a journey by air with an intermediate stop where you have to change planes Vuelo de Conexión The plane from London Heathrow was delayed by fog and she missed her connecting flight.
(Definition of connect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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