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con·cat·e·nate

 (kŏn-kăt′n-āt′, kən-)
tr.v. con·cat·e·nat·ed, con·cat·e·nat·ing, con·cat·e·nates
1. To connect or link in a series or chain.
2. Computers To arrange (strings of characters) into a chained list.
adj. (-nĭt, -nāt′)
Connected or linked in a series.

[Late Latin concatēnāre, concatēnāt- : com-, com- + catēnāre, to bind (from Latin catēna, chain).]

con·cat′e·na′tion n.
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concatenate

(kɒnˈkætɪˌneɪt)
vb
(tr) to link or join together, esp in a chain or series
adj
linked or joined together
[C16: from Late Latin concatēnāre from Latin com- together + catēna chain]
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con•cat•e•nate

(kɒnˈkæt nˌeɪt, kən-)

v. -nat•ed, -nat•ing,
adj. v.t.
1. to link together, as in a series or chain.
adj.
2. linked together.
[1425–75; < Late Latin concatēnātus, past participle of concatēnāre to chain together < Latin con- con- + catēna chain]
con•cat`e•na′tion, n.
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concatenate


Past participle: concatenated
Gerund: concatenating

Imperative
concatenate
concatenate
Present
I concatenate
you concatenate
he/she/it concatenates
we concatenate
you concatenate
they concatenate
Preterite
I concatenated
you concatenated
he/she/it concatenated
we concatenated
you concatenated
they concatenated
Present Continuous
I am concatenating
you are concatenating
he/she/it is concatenating
we are concatenating
you are concatenating
they are concatenating
Present Perfect
I have concatenated
you have concatenated
he/she/it has concatenated
we have concatenated
you have concatenated
they have concatenated
Past Continuous
I was concatenating
you were concatenating
he/she/it was concatenating
we were concatenating
you were concatenating
they were concatenating
Past Perfect
I had concatenated
you had concatenated
he/she/it had concatenated
we had concatenated
you had concatenated
they had concatenated
Future
I will concatenate
you will concatenate
he/she/it will concatenate
we will concatenate
you will concatenate
they will concatenate
Future Perfect
I will have concatenated
you will have concatenated
he/she/it will have concatenated
we will have concatenated
you will have concatenated
they will have concatenated
Future Continuous
I will be concatenating
you will be concatenating
he/she/it will be concatenating
we will be concatenating
you will be concatenating
they will be concatenating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been concatenating
you have been concatenating
he/she/it has been concatenating
we have been concatenating
you have been concatenating
they have been concatenating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been concatenating
you will have been concatenating
he/she/it will have been concatenating
we will have been concatenating
you will have been concatenating
they will have been concatenating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been concatenating
you had been concatenating
he/she/it had been concatenating
we had been concatenating
you had been concatenating
they had been concatenating
Conditional
I would concatenate
you would concatenate
he/she/it would concatenate
we would concatenate
you would concatenate
they would concatenate
Past Conditional
I would have concatenated
you would have concatenated
he/she/it would have concatenated
we would have concatenated
you would have concatenated
they would have concatenated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.concatenate - combine two strings to form a single one
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
concatenate - add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series; "concatenate terms"; "concatenate characters"
chain - connect or arrange into a chain by linking
2.concatenate - add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series; "concatenate terms"; "concatenate characters"
add - make an addition (to); join or combine or unite with others; increase the quality, quantity, size or scope of; "We added two students to that dorm room"; "She added a personal note to her letter"; "Add insult to injury"; "Add some extra plates to the dinner table"
concatenate - combine two strings to form a single one
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concatenate

verb
To make into a whole by joining a system of parts:
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Translations
concaténer

concatenate

[kɒnˈkætɪˌneɪt] VT (frm) → concatenar
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If the key-size is less than the messages-size, generate another point and take x coordinate and use it to generate a new key and concatenate with the previous key.
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Predictably, both sides of this debate marshal statistics and concatenate.