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linked

 (lĭngkt)
adj.
1. Connected, especially by or as if by links.
2. Genetics Exhibiting linkage.

linked

(lɪŋkt)

adj.
1. connected by or as if by links.
2. (of a gene) exhibiting linkage.
[1910–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.linked - connected by a link, as railway cars or trailer trucks
connected - joined or linked together
Translations

linked

[lɪŋkt] ADJ [problems, concepts] → relacionado, vinculado

linked

adj ligado, asociado; — to cancer asociado con (el) cáncer; sex-linked ligado al sexo; X-linked ligado al cromosoma X
References in classic literature ?
Now, if we may trust these facts and inferences, and therefore conclude that varieties linking two other varieties together have generally existed in lesser numbers than the forms which they connect, then, I think, we can understand why intermediate varieties should not endure for very long periods;--why as a general rule they should be exterminated and disappear, sooner than the forms which they originally linked together.
Still it will always have some significant part, as 'in walking,' or 'Cleon son of Cleon.' A sentence or phrase may form a unity in two ways,--either as signifying one thing, or as consisting of several parts linked together.
Men bolder than these had overthrown and rearranged -- not actually, but within the sphere of theory, which was their most real abode -- the whole system of ancient prejudice, wherewith was linked much of ancient principle.
In the mansion that he built at Arden, there were a hundred telephones, sixty of them linked to the long-distance lines.
In the floating of logs down rivers, instead of having relays of shouters to prevent the logs from jamming, there is now a wire along the bank, with a telephone linked on at every point of danger.
In two days these were linked to long- distance wires; and in eleven days a two-thousand- line switchboard was in full working trim.
Conceive his new position, for I lack words to picture it; conceive him condemned to return to that house, from the very thought of which his soul revolted, and once more to expose himself to capture on the very scene of the misdeed: conceive him linked to the mouldy cab and the familiar cabman.
But far from any such ray of consolation visiting the lost, he stood bare of help and helpers, his portmanteau sequestered in one place, his money deserted in another and guarded by a corpse; himself, so sedulous of privacy, the cynosure of all men's eyes about the station; and, as if these were not enough mischances, he was now fallen in ill-blood with the beast to whom his poverty had linked him!
So viewed the four seemingly independent sections will be found to be linked together in a real bond of unity.
[100] When he thought of men and women, it was of men and women as in the presence and under the influence of those effective natural objects, and linked to them by many associations.
The objective of this study was to address the problem of effectively teaching linked list, which was a core topic of data structure course.
For the SSC, the maturities linked to the IPCA, despite not being the ones with the highest marginal VaR, are the ones that contributed most to the entity's total VaR.