connection
[kə'nεktʃən]

noun

[Definition]: being linked; somebody in touch

[Example Sentences]:
1. He is wanted in connection to two bombings in California in 2003.
2. If you miss a connection, you get $100.
3. Meanwhile, the version with a 4G connection costs $349 and will ship in the first quarter of 2018.
4. You have to have a connection from the thing into the cloud.
5. It will also run tests on your network and your Internet connection for you.
6. We had cut off the electricity and water connection to the centre.
7. It can be launched via a remote connection to the system e.g.
8. They use it as a connection to the rest of the world.
9. He said he was expecting to have a real sense of connection with the heavens.
10. It was not immediately clear whether any arrests had been made in connection with the shooting.
11. Investigators are still trying to determine if there is a family connection between the two groups.
12. Apple has always tried to build an emotional connection between its devices and customers.
13. Police arrested two men in London earlier this week in connection with the movie.
14. The connection between Macs and iOS devices has never been stronger.
15. Just make sure you are on a secure network connection when you do.


[Antonyms]independence, disjunotion, dissociation

[Synonyms]conjunction, combination, union
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