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join /dʒɔɪn/ verb

مشارکت کردن ، شرکت کردن در پیوستن ، متصل کردن ، پیوستن ، پیوند زدن ، ازدواج کردن ، گراییدن ، متحد کردن ، در مجاورت بودن ، علوم مهندسی: ضربه زدن ، کامپیوتر: فرمانJOIN ، قانون ـ فقه: به هم ملحق شدن یا کردن

: join (to)

معماری: متصل کردن
الکترونیک: فرمان ، JOIN کامپیوتر: متصل کردن ، ضربه زدن ، علوم مهندسی: مشارکت کردن ، شرکت کردن در پیوستن ، به هم ملحق شدن یا کردن ، حقوق: متصل کردن ، پیوستن ، پیوند زدن ، ازدواج کردن ، گراییدن ، متحد کردن ، در مجاورت بودن کامپیوتر: پیوند-اتصال کامپیوتر: عضو ، مشارکت

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- connect, add, append, attach, combine, couple, fasten, link, unite
- enrol, enlist, enter, sign up
Antonyms: disjoin, part
Contrasted words: separate, sever, sunder, detach, disengage, disembarrass, disentangle, untangle
Related Words: agree, concur, cooperate, articulate, concatenate, integrate, affix, attach, fasten, knit, weave, bind, tie, tie up
English Thesaurus: fasten, attach, join, glue, tape, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. join1 S1 W1 /dʒɔɪn/ verb
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: joindre, from Latin jungere]

1. GROUP/ORGANIZATION [transitive] to become a member of an organization, society, or group:
When did you join the Labour Party?
I decided to join the army.
You can enjoy a sport without joining a club or belonging to a team.

2. ACTIVITY [transitive] to begin to take part in an activity that other people are involved in:
Many sacrificed their weekend to join the hunt for the missing girl.
the benefits of joining our pension scheme
Church leaders have joined the campaign to end foxhunting.

3. GO TO SOMEBODY [transitive] to go somewhere in order to be with someone or do something with them:
She joined her aunt in the sitting room.
The immigrants were soon joined by their wives and children.
Do not say ‘join with’ someone. Join is always followed by an object in this sense: I’ll join you later.

4. DO SOMETHING TOGETHER [intransitive and transitive] to do something together with someone else, or as a group
join somebody for something
I invited them to join us for a glass of wine.
join (with) somebody in doing something
I’m sure you’ll all join me in thanking today’s speaker.
join (with) somebody to do something
Parents have joined with health experts to produce a video for bereaved families.
join together
Three police forces have joined together to buy a helicopter.

a) [transitive] to connect or fasten things together:
Join the two pieces of wood with strong glue.
join something to something
The island is joined to the mainland by a causeway.
b) [intransitive and transitive] if two roads, rivers etc join, they come together and become connected at a particular point:
Finally, we arrived at Dartmouth, where the River Dart joins the sea.
the point where the two roads join

6. join a queue British English, join a line American English to go and stand at the end of a line of people:
He went in and joined the queue for the toilets.

7. join hands if people join hands, they hold each other’s hands:
They joined hands and danced round and round.

8. join the club spoken used to say that you and a lot of other people are in the same situation:
‘I’m having difficulty knowing what today’s debate is about.’ ‘Join the club, Geoffrey.’

9. join battle formal to begin fighting

10. be joined in marriage/holy matrimony formal to be married

11. be joined at the hip informal if two people are joined at the hip, they are always together and are very friendly – often used to show disapproval
join/combine forces at force1(10), ⇒ if you can’t beat 'em, join 'em at beat1(23)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. join2 noun [countable]
a place where two parts of an object are connected or fastened together:
It’s been glued back together so well you can hardly see the join.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. become a member of sth
VERB + JOIN want to, wish to | flock to By this time people were flocking to join the cult.
decide to | persuade sb to | be allowed to | refuse to
PHRASES an invitation to join sth

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. do sth with sb else
VERB + JOIN wish to | invite sb to They've invited us to join them on their yacht.
be allowed to She was now old enough to be allowed to join the adults.
be expected to Thousands of people are expected to join the sponsored walk.
decide to | refuse to
PREP. for Will you join me shortly for a drink in the bar?
in I'm sure you will all wish to join me in thanking our speaker tonight.
with Please will you all join with me in singing the national anthem.
PHRASES come and join sb He waved a fork in greeting. ‘Come and join us!’
an invitation to join sb/sth PHRASAL VERBS join in
ADV. enthusiastically They all joined enthusiastically in the dancing.
VERB + JOIN want to | refuse to
PREP. with Everyone joined in with the singing. I wish he would join in with the other children.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: You should join in our tennis club.
GOOD: You should join our tennis club.

Usage Note:
join a club, society etc (WITHOUT in/up ): 'I'm thinking of joining the Labour Party.' 'He left his job and joined the army.'

BAD: I came to England a year ago to join with my husband.
GOOD: I came to England a year ago to join my husband.

Usage Note:
join sb (WITHOUT with ): 'You two go on ahead and I'll join you later.' 'Won't you join us for a drink?'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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TahlilGaran : دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی join) | علیرضا معتمد , دیکشنری تحلیلگران , وب اپلیکیشن , تحلیلگران , دیکشنری , آنلاین , آیفون , IOS , آموزش مجازی 4.40 : 2206
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