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link /lɪŋk/ verb

ارتباط ، به هم پیوستن ، رابط ، عضو اتصال ، نوار فشنگ ، اتصال ، ملحق ، نقطه الحاق ، رکابی ، حلقه زنجیر ، دانه زنجیر ، بند ، میدان گلف ، زنجیر ، قلاب ، متصل کردن ، بهم پیوستن ، جفت کردن ، پیوند دادن ، علوم مهندسی: حلقه زنجیر ، کامپیوتر: پیوند دادن ، عمران: شاخه رابط ، روانشناسی: حلقه ، علوم نظامی: ملحق شدن دو یکان
مهندسی صنایع: اتصال ، رابطه ، ارتباط ، پیوند الکترونیک: پیوند ، ارتباط ، اتصال ، به هم پیوستن ، پیوند دادن ، کامپیوتر: رابط ، عضو اتصال ، حلقه زنجیر ، علوم مهندسی: حلقه ، نوار ، حلقه زنجیر ، نوار فشنگ ، اتصال ، الحاق ، ملحق ، نقطه الحاق ، ملحق شدن دو یکان ، علوم نظامی: رکابی ، شاخه رابط ، عمران: حلقه ، روانشناسی: حلقه زنجیر، دانه زنجیر، پیوند، بند، میدان گلف ، زنجیر، قلاب ، متصل کردن ، بهم پیوستن ، جفت کردن ، پیوند دادن کامپیوتر: اتصال-پیوند-ارتباط کامپیوتر: پیوند

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- component, constituent, element, member, part, piece
- connection, affinity, association, attachment, bond, relationship, tie-up
- fasten, attach, bind, connect, couple, join, tie, unite
- associate, bracket, connect, identify, relate
English Thesaurus: join, attach, connect, lin

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Link trademark
in the UK, a system by which people can get money from their bank or building society accounts by using a special plastic card (a Link card ) in a cash machine

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. link1 S3 W2 AC /lɪŋk/ verb
[Word Family: noun: link, linkage; verb: link]

1. be linked if two things are linked, they are related in some way:
Police think the murders are linked.
be linked to/with something
Some birth defects are linked to smoking during pregnancy.
be closely/directly/strongly etc linked
Our economy is inextricably linked with America’s.

2. MAKE CONNECTION [transitive] to make a connection between two or more things or people:
A love of nature links the two poets.
link something/somebody to/with something
Exactly how do we link words to objects?
link somebody/something together
Strong family ties still linked them together.

3. JOIN [transitive] to physically join two or more things, people, or places Synonym : connect
link something/somebody to/with something
The pipe must be linked to the cold water supply.
link somebody/something together
The climbers were linked together by ropes.
link something and something
A long bridge links Venice and the mainland.
He walked with her, linking arms (=putting his arm around her arm).

4. SHOW CONNECTION [transitive] to show or say that there is a connection between two people, situations, or things
link something/somebody to/with something
He denied reports linking him to Colombian drug dealers.

5. MAKE SOMETHING DEPEND ON SOMETHING [transitive] to make one thing or situation depend on another thing or situation
link something to something
Pay increases will now be linked to performance.index-linked

6. [transitive] (also link up) to connect computers, broadcast systems etc, so that electronic messages can be sent between them
link something to/with something
Local terminals are linked to the central computer.
link in phrasal verb British English

1. to connect with another idea, statement, type of work etc, especially in a way that is useful Synonym : tie in
link in with
This point links in with our earlier discussion.

2. to happen at the same time as something else Synonym : tie in
link in with
The Minister’s visit was scheduled to link in with the meeting in Harare.
link up phrasal verb

1. to connect with something or to make a connection between things, especially so that they can work together
link up with
The train links up with the ferry at Dover.
link something ↔ up (with something)
The next stage is to link the film up with the soundtrack.

2. to connect computers, broadcast systems etc so that electronic messages can be sent between them
link something ↔ up (to/with something)
All these PCs are linked up to the network.
The Internet allows people from all over the world to link up for chat sessions.

3. to join with someone so that you can do something together
link up with
We linked up with the Daily Express to help run the campaign.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. link2 S3 W2 AC noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: link, linkage; verb: link]
[Sense 1-6, 8: Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old Norse; Origin: hlekkr]
[Sense 7: Date: 1700-1800; Origin: links 'rising ground, sand hills' (11-19 centuries), from Old English hlincas]

1. a way in which two things or ideas are related to each other
link between something (and something)
the link between drug use and crime
There are a number of links between the two theories.

2. a relationship or connection between two or more people, countries, organizations etc
link between
the close link between teacher and student
link with
The company has strong links with big investors.
forge/establish links
Organizers of the project hope that international links will be forged.

3. a person or thing that makes possible a relationship or connection with someone or something else
link with
For elderly people, TV is a vital link with the outside world.

4. rail/road/telephone etc link something that makes communication or travel between two places possible:
The office has direct computer links to over 100 firms.

5. one of the rings in a chain

6. link in the chain one of the stages involved in a process

7. the links a piece of ground near the sea where golf is played Synonym : golf links

8. a special word or picture in an Internet document that you click on to move quickly to another part of the same document or to another document ⇒ hyperlink:
Send an email to the above address to report a broken link (=a link that is not working properly).
cuff link, missing link, ⇒ weak/weakest link at weak(15)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. close, intimate | strong | tenuous, weak | clear, definite, obvious | possible Scientists have established possible links between cancer and diet.
crucial, essential, important, vital Social workers provide a vital link between hospital and community.
common The common link between the three artists is their age.
formal, informal | direct, indirect | historical, long-standing | connecting | causal The report failed to prove a causal link between violence on screen and in real life.
missing the missing link in the search for the causes of cancer
tangible a tangible link with the past
business, commercial, communication, cultural, diplomatic, economic, financial, military, political, professional, sporting, trade, etc. | family, kinship | air, rail/railway, road, transport | fast, high-speed | computer, modem, radio, satellite, telephone, video
VERB + LINK have | build, create, develop, establish, forge, foster, make The college is keen to build links with local industries.
provide | maintain, preserve | strengthen | break, cut, sever She has severed her last links with her family.
LINK + VERB connect sth, join sth
LINK + NOUN road
PREP. via a/the ~ a programme transmitted via a satellite link
~ across trade links across the border
~ between The statistics show a clear link between social class and crime.
~ in The sales manager is regarded as the weakest link in the chain.
~ to The driver has a radio link to base.
~ with the city's traditional link with opera

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. closely, intimately | firmly, strongly, tightly | loosely | directly, explicitly Diseases that can be directly linked to pollution.
indissolubly, inescapably, inevitably, inexorably, inextricably, inseparably Poverty and crime are inextricably linked.
clearly, obviously | necessarily | intrinsically | causally | physically | romantically She has never been romantically linked with anyone.
in some way, somehow I could not help feeling that these factors were somehow linked.
together, up The two spacecraft will link up in orbit.
PREP. into The computers are linked into a network.
to Scientists have linked the illness to the use of pesticides.
with the road that links Cairo with Alexandria

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: missing link

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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