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  • EN [ dʒɔɪnt]
  • US [ dʒɔɪnt]

English definition


  • 1. (anatomy) the point of connection between two bones or elements of a skeleton (especially if the articulation allows motion)

  • 2. a disreputable place of entertainment

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

  • 4. a piece of meat roasted or for roasting and of a size for slicing into more than one portion

  • 5. junction by which parts or objects are joined together

  • 6. marijuana leaves rolled into a cigarette for smoking


  • 1. fit as if by joints;

    • "The boards fit neatly"
  • 2. provide with a joint;

    • "the carpenter jointed two pieces of wood"
  • 3. fasten with a joint

  • 4. separate (meat) at the joint


  • 1. united or combined;

    • "a joint session of Congress"
    • "joint owners"
  • 2. affecting or involving two or more;

    • "joint income-tax return"
    • "joint ownership"
  • 3. involving both houses of a legislature;

    • "a joint session of Congress"

Example sentences

  • We could see the oil bleeding out from the joint.

  • Cut the stem cleanly, just beneath a leaf joint.

  • He's so conceited that when she refused his invitation, it really put his nose out of joint.

  • I had a bad fall, which put my shoulder out of joint.

  • We wrote a letter in joint names.

  • Some people can put back a twisted joint, like the shoulder, by careful manipulation.

  • An annual freshman icebreaker called " Dickerella, " in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger Joint named Dick's, has become a farce.

  • I have a pain in every blamed joint.

  • Are you sure this joint is completely tight?

  • It's possible to throw the computer program out of joint by typing in nonsense.

  • This painting is their joint work.

  • Barry had his nose put out of joint by Lucy's aloof sophistication.

  • General Powell predicted that in the future it might even be possible to stage joint military exercises.

  • It would have to grow by acquisitions or joint ventures to achieve global reach.

  • A single pale blue flower grows up from each joint on a long stalk.

  • She and Frank had never gotten around to opening a joint account.

  • There would continue to be a joint command of US and Saudi forces operating within Saudi borders.

  • It will be sold to a joint venture created by Dow Jones and Westinghouse Broadcasting.

  • Many remedies effective in joint disease are primarily diuretic.

  • The ensuing row snarled up the work of the joint peace commission.

  • There was something out of joint in the situation. Something was strange.

  • Defense experts say joint projects are increasingly squeezed by budget pressures.

  • He once dealt cards in an illegal gambling joint.

  • Jackie and Ben came to a joint decision as to where they would live.

  • It was also agreed to reactivate two joint committees on negotiations.

  • He carved the joint of beef.

  • If the family home and joint pension rights are of equal value, the wife may choose the former and the husband the latter.

Phrase collocation

  • out of joint

    Dislocated, as a bone.



  • blow the joint

    • Come on, let's blow the joint before there's trouble.

    • They blew the joint about an hour ago.

  • rug joint

    • lt was not a rug joint but rather a sawdust parlor.

  • one arm joint

    • Betty went with me to this one-arm joint where I eat.

  • get ones nose out of joint

    • You get your nose out of joint too easily about stuff like that.

    • Now, don't get your nose out of joint.She didn't mean it.

Synonym discrimination

  • mutual, common, joint, reciprocal

Meaning of joint

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