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attached

[ uh-tacht ]
/ əˈtætʃt /
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adjective
joined; connected; bound.
having a wall in common with another building (opposed to detached): an attached house.
Zoology. permanently fixed to the substratum; sessile.
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Origin of attached

First recorded in 1545–55; attach + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM attached

non·at·tached, adjectiveo·ver·at·tached, adjectivewell-at·tached, adjective
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How to use attached in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for attached

attached
/ (əˈtætʃt) /

adjective
(foll by to) fond (of); full of regard (for)he was very attached to the old lady
married, engaged, or associated in an exclusive sexual relationshipit's no good dancing with her, she's already attached
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