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|Verb||1.||bring together - cause to become joined or linked; "join these two parts so that they fit together"|
connect - join for the purpose of communication; "Operator, could you connect me to the Raffles in Singapore?"
connect - join by means of communication equipment; "The telephone company finally put in lines to connect the towns in this area"
miter - fit together in a miter joint
ply - join together as by twisting, weaving, or molding; "ply fabric"
close up, close - unite or bring into contact or bring together the edges of; "close the circuit"; "close a wound"; "close a book"; "close up an umbrella"
anastomose, inosculate - cause to join or open into each other by anastomosis; "anastomose blood vessels"
couple, mate, pair, twin, match - bring two objects, ideas, or people together; "This fact is coupled to the other one"; "Matchmaker, can you match my daughter with a nice young man?"; "The student was paired with a partner for collaboration on the project"
match - give or join in marriage
cog - join pieces of wood with cogs
fair - join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly
scarf - unite by a scarf joint
rebate - join with a rebate; "rebate the pieces of timber and stone"
rabbet - join with a rabbet joint
seam - put together with a seam; "seam a dress"
bridge - make a bridge across; "bridge a river"
connect, link, link up, tie - connect, fasten, or put together two or more pieces; "Can you connect the two loudspeakers?"; "Tie the ropes together"; "Link arms"
close - bring together all the elements or parts of; "Management closed ranks"
ligate - join letters in a ligature when writing
assemble, put together, tack together, set up, piece, tack - create by putting components or members together; "She pieced a quilt"; "He tacked together some verses"; "They set up a committee"
|2.||bring together - bring together in a common cause or emotion; "The death of their child had drawn them together"|