One thing that has connected the collections this season, however, is the sheer beauty and craftsmanship of the clothing.
Sputnik had two, connected consequences for the United States, both of them essential for the world we now live in.
The women had not previously been connected to the investigation.
When Bieber jabbed at Siva Kaneswaran, a member of the Wanted, he connected.
Formichetti explained to WWD that the campaign, taglined "we are connected," is based on community.
And the man you have arrested, do you think he is connected with the men who were fighting in the Museum?
He has not been like the same man since he connected himself with the Greys so decidedly.
Now, I am connected with a library that spends $12,000 a year for books in a country town.
As we have seen, the ills of life were connected with the displeasure of the ghosts.
The terminal L is connected to the other terminal of the lamp.
mid-15c., from Latin conectere "join together" (see connection). Displaced 16c. by connex (1540s), from Middle French connexer, from Latin *connexare, a supposed frequentative of conectere (past participle stem connex-). Connect was re-established 1670s.
A similar change took place in French, where connexer was superseded by connecter. Meaning "to establish a relationship" (with) is from 1881. Slang meaning "get in touch with" is attested by 1926, from telephone connections. Meaning "awaken meaningful emotions, establish rapport" is from 1942. Of a hit or blow, "to reach the target," from c.1920. Related: Connected; connecting; connectedness.
connect con·nect (kə-někt')
v. con·nect·ed, con·nect·ing, con·nect·s
To join or fasten together.
To become joined or united.