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join pronunciación
verb (joined , joining )
1 (often join one thing to another or join things up) to connect, attach, link or unite.
2 tr & intr to become a member of (a society, firm, etc).
3 tr & intr said of roads, rivers, etc: to meet.
4 to come together with someone or something; to enter the company of (a person or group of people) joined them for supper .
5 tr & intr (also join on to something) to add oneself to it join the queue .
6 to take part in something.
7 to do the same as someone, for the sake of companionship Who'll join me in a drink?
noun a place where two things join; a seam or joint.
[13c: from French joindre , from Latin jungere to yoke]
join in to take part.
join in something to participate in it.
join up to enlist as a member of an armed service.
join up with someone to come together with them for joint action, etc.

joiner pronunciación
1 a craftsman who makes and fits wooden doors, window frames, stairs, shelves, etc.
2 colloq a sociable person who likes joining clubs and being a member of a group.
joinery noun the trade or work of a joiner.

joint pronunciación
1 the place where two or more pieces join.
2 anat in vertebrates: the point of contact or articulation between two or more bones, together with the ligaments that surround it.
3 a piece of meat, usually containing a bone, for cooking or roasting.
4 colloq an establishment, often of a specified kind, often not highly regarded a pizza joint case the joint .
5 colloq a cannabis cigarette.
6 geol a crack in a mass of rock.
verb (jointed , jointing )
1 to connect to something by joints.
2 to divide (a bird or animal) into, or at, the joints for cooking.
1 owned or done, etc in common; shared joint responsibility .
2 working together.
[13c: French, from joindre to join]
jointed adjective
1 having joints.
2 composed of segments.
jointly adverb .
jointness noun .
out of joint
1 said of a bone: dislocated.
2 in disorder.

joint account
noun a bank account held in the names of two or more people.

Joint Chiefs of Staff
plural noun the chief military advisory body to the US President.

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