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Noun(1) a relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it(2) the state of being connected(3) an instrumentality that connects(4) (usually plural, as by family or friendship(5) the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination(6) a connecting shape(7) a supplier (especially of narcotics(8) shifting from one form of transportation to another(9) the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication
(1) He always conscientiously fulfilled his responsibilities - even if his need to make a drug connection occasionally determined that he would miss a gig or arrive uncomfortably late.(2) The boy downstairs becomes her first love and her drug connection .(3) she replaced the receiver before the connection was made(4) This must be a bad connection , Lewis.(5) sufferers deny that their problems have any connection with drugs(6) I'm flying to London and getting a connection to Boston(7) On July 10, the tour begins with a flight from Dublin to Vienna, followed by a train connection to Passau to collect hired bikes.(8) In parallel plotlines, the film follows their two lives - their friends, their girlfriends, their connection with art.(9) broadband connection(10) It is difficult to remember those were also the days when one had to wait for years to get a landline connection and mobile telephony was little thought of.(11) The railroad though, wasn't co-operative - a late train meant a missed connection and by now, I was sure I wasn't meant to have a meal that day.(12) These two are on the westerly island of Ouessant, which has a ferry connection from Le Conquet.(13) The vibrator and its connection to the computer are described in detail in Appendix A.(14) The second output port is connected by a feedback connection to a predetermined dedicated second input port.(15) He (her ex fiancÔö£┬«) was her drug connection so she returns for the love of Meth.(16) connection to the Internet
1. link ::
2. attachment ::
3. contact ::
5. connexion ::
1. dissolution ::
2. disunion ::
3. division ::
4. parting ::
5. partition ::
6. schism ::
7. split ::
Different Formsconnection, connections
Word Example from TV Shows
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I'd rather people not know I have any
prior CONNECTION to you whatsoever.
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 2
is making an
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 24
a very good CONNECTION,
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 1
It's just, she really has some
sort of CONNECTION with him.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 21
to share his CONNECTION with the case
or ask about the investigation?
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: connection
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