linker

/ (ˈlɪŋkə) /


noun
  1. computing a program that adjusts two or more machine-language program segments so that they may be simultaneously loaded and executed as a unit

  2. (in systemic grammar) a word that links one word, phrase, sentence, or clause to another; a co-ordinating conjunction or a sentence connector: Compare binder (def. 11)

Words Nearby linker

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How to use linker in a sentence

  • Over at The Week, Damon linker explains why the Iraq War was a major reason he left the GOP.

    What Iraq Did to the Right | Justin Green | March 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • But Mr. linker is very experienced in elections and thoroughly understands the sort of appeal which impresses the voter.

    The Smuggler's Cave | George A. Birmingham
  • Hinton went on to explain at some length why he and linker were anxious to secure Lord Colavon's support for the pageant.

    The Smuggler's Cave | George A. Birmingham
  • "Suppose we all go," said Sir Evelyn, still anxious to be polite to the influential linker.

    The Smuggler's Cave | George A. Birmingham
  • Mr. linker understands your lordship's position in society too well to send in an account in anything less than three months.

    The Smuggler's Cave | George A. Birmingham
  • Hinton produced a long, plausible and quite unconvincing explanation of linker's interest in the pageant.

    The Smuggler's Cave | George A. Birmingham