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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To fasten or connect; to join together.

Usage examples (35)
  • Mel was frustrated when he tried to attach the trailer to his truck.
  • The right to attach is a simple concept, and it has worked powerfully in other markets.
  • A person without health insurance having a heart attach is just like a person without auto insurance causing an accident.
  • What's important for them is to gather evidence, and then they can let that label attach itself at some time in the future. for more
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  • It helps to have a good "attachT" (specialist attached to an embassy) if an allied country is "attacked" (set upon forcefully), especially if there's a way to "attach" (bind together) words with action.
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