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  • EN [ dʒɔɪn]
  • US [ dʒɔɪn]

English definition


  • 1. the shape or manner in which things come together and a connection is made

  • 2. a set containing all and only the members of two or more given sets;

    • "let C be the union of the sets A and B"


  • 1. become part of; become a member of a group or organization;

    • "He joined the Communist Party as a young man"
  • 2. cause to become joined or linked;

    • "join these two parts so that they fit together"
  • 3. come into the company of;

    • "She joined him for a drink"
  • 4. make contact or come together;

    • "The two roads join here"
  • 5. be or become joined or united or linked;

    • "The two streets connect to become a highway"
    • "Our paths joined"
    • "The travelers linked up again at the airport"

Example sentences

  • When one starts singing, all the others join in.

  • " Go and join the army,'said his wife. " I won't hinder you. "

  • The girls froze him off when he wanted to join the party.

  • Would you join us in a walk?

  • You are too young to join the army.

  • Join the blue wool onto the end of the gold pattern and work the same stitches into the back.

  • He refuses to join any community.

  • The two estates join at this point.

  • Join those two ends of wire and you'll make a circuit.

  • Join the blue wool on the end of the gold pattern and work the same stitches into the back.

  • I can't join you; you'll have to count me out.

  • In this point I join with you.

  • When did you join the air force?

  • They ask me to join the party so that I'll be their scapegoat when trouble comes.

  • Let us join hands and advance together.

  • If you join the club, you have to abide by its rules.

  • I'll join you in a minute.

  • To join these two pieces of metal, it will be necessary to heat them.

  • Come along and join the ball game.

  • to join the Scouts

  • He pressed on in the hope that a few others would join him. The tactic paid off.

  • You will join us at our table, won't you?

  • I'll join you later.

  • There are any amount of clubs you could join.

  • His wife and children moved to join him in their new home.

  • The world is full of scribblers. I don't intend to join their ranks.

  • I felt it was important for women to join and take a leading role.

  • She was free for five whole days, from Christmas Eve. And so she would be going to Charles, to join her family.

  • The lads don't join the union because they're frightened of being victimized.

  • No matter how often they were urged, they could not bring themselves to join in.

Phrase collocation

  • join battle

    (formal)begin fighting

  • join the club

  • join forces

    combine efforts

  • join hands

    hold each other's hands

Synonym discrimination

  • attend, join, participate, take part in

  • join, combine, unite, connect, link, attach, couple, associate, relate


Meaning of join

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