verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of connect
Examples from the Web for connect
Snowden contacted Poitras in mid-January 2013 after failing to connect with Greenwald due to his lack of encryption.
The archaeologists I did connect with were not interested in drive-by interviews.
They all connect us to the people and objects and stories of our past.
Sachs adds, “All the senses that connect us with nature are important.”
Instead, she urges, study how people succeed or fail to connect and help each other.
Perhaps, too, we may connect with this another idea which occurs more than once in Paul's Epistles.
The royalists chased the barons down the steep lanes which connect the upper with the lower town.The History of England|T.F. Tout
Now and again, with the bodily motions that we have learned to connect with the French, his shoulders were shrugged expressively.Ben Blair|Will Lillibridge
Pass the needle underneath and connect one and two with two stitches.The Library of Work and Play: Needlecraft|Effie Archer Archer
We have wandered very far, and must endeavour to return and connect ourselves therewith again!