verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Origin of join
SYNONYMS FOR join
synonym study for join
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Example sentences from the Web for join
“We would have to do a lot of joins and negotiate a lot of complicated business logic, which would have caused high latency,” Gupta says.E-learning? There’s a database for that. Real-time data? That, too|Jason Sparapani|August 20, 2020|MIT Technology Review
In any case, the Kegelhelm was soon discontinued in favor of the renowned Corinthian Helmet, because of its inherent weakness in design relating to the joins by which the aforementioned pieces were attached to the main conical cap.Know Your Ancient Greek Helmets: From Attic to Phrygian|Dattatreya Mandal|May 19, 2020|Realm of History
Not to be left behind, progressives in neighboring Wisconsin clamored to join the cutting edge of public health.
Lucas answered immediately when asked why he wanted to join the NYPD.
Already, 10 Republicans have declared they will vote for an alternative candidate and more seemed poised to join.
He then escaped from his detention and arrived on Tverskaya Avenue to join his supporters.
He headed west in 1860 for health reasons and to join the gold rush in Colorado.
Was I brave enough to join the venture and risk the after-part?The Haunts of Old Cockaigne|Alex Thompson
Cuchillo fearing that his victim might escape him, now wished more than ever that he should join the expedition.Wood Rangers|Mayne Reid
He was convinced that he ought to join them, and did so in spite of the ridicule of his rich and titled friends.The Story of American History|Albert F. Blaisdell
Young de Cressi can draw a bow; let him fight amongst the archers and have liberty to join the men-at-arms when the time comes.Red Eve|H. Rider Haggard
"I never quite understood what led you to join me," Grahame remarked.The Coast of Adventure|Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for join
- to hold one's own hands together
- (of two people) to hold each other's hands
- (usually foll by with) to work together in an enterprise or task