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  • EN [ kəˈnekʃn]
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English definition


  • 1. a relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it);

    • "there was a connection between eating that pickle and having that nightmare"
  • 2. the state of being connected;

    • "the connection between church and state is inescapable"
  • 3. an instrumentality that connects;

    • "he soldered the connection"
    • "he didn't have the right connector between the amplifier and the speakers"
  • 4. (usually plural) a person who is influential and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship);

    • "he has powerful connections"
  • 5. the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination;

    • "conditioning is a form of learning by association"
  • 6. a connecting shape

  • 7. a supplier (especially of narcotics)

  • 8. shifting from one form of transportation to another;

    • "the plane was late and he missed his connection in Atlanta"
  • 9. the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication);

    • "the joining of hands around the table"
    • "there was a connection via the internet"

Example sentences

  • A man is being questioned in connection with the robbery.

  • It is easy to discern a connection between high rents and the lack of housing.

  • The radio wasn't working because of a loose connection in the wires.

  • There is no lack of precedents in this connection.

  • The object of these experiments was to find the connection, if any, between the two phenomena.

  • She is a connection of mine.

  • Viewed in connection with his mistakes, shouldn't this make one wide awake?

  • How long will the connection of the telephone take?

  • Two suspects are now being interrogated in connection with the killing.

  • There is no connection between them.

  • There is a faulty connection in the fusebox.

  • What is the connection between the two ideas?

  • This faulty connection is the source of the engine trouble.

  • Factoring in connection with automobile installment accounts is a big business today.

  • Scientists have established a connection between cholesterol levels and heart disease.

  • an inextricable connection between the past and the present

  • There was no evidence of a connection between BSE and the brain diseases recently confirmed in cats.

  • The police have taken him in for questioning in connection with the murder of a girl.

  • The minister denied there was a direct connection between the two issues.

  • The book explores the connection between American ethnic and regional literatures.

  • Scientific work is differentiated from art by its necessary connection with the idea of progress.

  • A man is being questioned by police in connection with an attack on a disabled woman.

  • Police arrested five young men in connection with one of the attacks.

  • It is the 100th anniversary of his death. We here are having very great celebrations in this connection.

  • "Well, he did have a sort of family connection with it, didn't he." — "Oh yes. Rather."

  • He has denied any connection to the bombing.

  • The bank shall be entitled to debit the amount of such liability and all costs incurred in connection with it to your account.

  • I said, "Well what time'llI get to Leeds?" and he said such and such a time but I missed my connection.

  • Tourism is an industry that has a necessarily close connection with governments.

Phrase collocation

  • in connection with

    with reference to; concerning

    • detectives are questioning two men in connection with alleged criminal damage.

  • in this or that connection

    with reference to this (or that)

    • the local Marine Surveyor should be able to assist in this connection.


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