1. fastened together;
2. being joined in close association;
3. used of buildings joined by common sidewalls;
4. permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about;
5. associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
He is greatly attached to his children.
He attached a cheque to the order form.
The school is attached to the Normal College.
The signers attached their names to the Constitution.
There is a middle school attached to the institute.
He attached labels to all his bags.
The house has a garage attached to it.
The hospital is attached to that university.
He attached labels to his luggage.
He attached his signature to this document.
We've grown very attached to this village and wouldn't want to move.
He attached himself to the university where he worked nearly thirty years.
There was considerable kudos attached to being on the advisory board.
A red wire is often attached to the anode.
Is there a dining car attached to the train?
The blame of the accident attached to the boy who put out the street lamps.
He attached his horse to a tree.
She is deeply attached to her young brother.
The authorities attached much significance to his visit.
There is very little stigma attached to crime and criminals.
It is very distressing to see your baby attached to tubes and monitors.
The high turnout was an affirmation of the importance that the voters attached to the election.
If the teat enters the cup, the suction of the milking machine ensures that it becomes attached.
The tiny rocket is attached to the spacecraft and is designed to propel it toward Mars.
The gadget can be attached to any vertical surface.
Potentially high financial rewards are attached to senior hospital posts.
Aid should be given to developing countries with no strings attached.
Attached to his will was a letter he had written to his wife just days before his death.
Attached to the front of the house, there was a large veranda.
Natasha attached herself to the film crew filming at her orphanage.
There is relatively little information about attached, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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