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The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
  • n. The act of connecting.
  • n. The state of being connected.
  • n. One that connects; a link: made a connection between the two pipes.
  • n. An association or relationship: There appeared to be no connection between the two crimes.
  • n. The logical or intelligible ordering of words or ideas; coherence.
  • n. Reference or relation to something else; context: In this connection, the agreement can be seen as a step toward peace.
  • n. A person, especially one of influence or importance, with whom one is associated, as by kinship or common interests: used her connections to land a job.
  • n. A conveyance or scheduled run providing continuing service between means of transportation: missed my connection in Atlanta.
  • n. A physical link, such as by wire or fiber-optic cable, between two or more points in a telecommunications system: established a connection to the Internet.
  • n. A means or channel of communication: couldn't hear due to the bad phone connection.
  • n. Slang A drug dealer.
  • n. Slang A purchase of illegal drugs.
  • Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
  • n. The act of connecting.
  • n. The point at which two or more things are connected.
  • n. A feeling of understanding and ease of communication between two or more people.
  • n. An established communications or transportation link.
  • n. A transfer from one transportation vehicle to another in scheduled transportation service
  • the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
  • n. The act of connecting, or the state of being connected; the act or process of bringing two things into contact; junction; union.
  • n. That which connects or joins together; bond; tie.
  • n. any relationship between things or events; association; alliance.
  • n. A relation; esp. a person connected with another by marriage rather than by blood; -- used in a loose and indefinite, and sometimes a comprehensive, sense.
  • n. The persons or things that are connected.
  • n. something that connects other objects.
  • n. (usually plural) an acquaintance or acquaintances who are influential or in a position of power and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship).
  • n. a communications channel.
  • n. a vehicle in which one may continue a journey after debarking from another vehicle; the departing vehicle of a connection{9}.
  • n. the scheduled arrival of one vehicle and departure of a second, sufficiently close in time and place to allow the departing vehicle serve as a means of continuing a journey begun or continued in the first vehicle; ; -- most commonly used of airplanes, trains, and buses arriving and departing at the same terminal.
  • n. the transfer of a passenger from one vehicle to another to continue a journey; ; -- most commonly of scheduled transportation on common carriers.
  • n. a vendor who can supply desired materials at a favorable price, or under conditions when other sources are unavailable; ; -- often used in the pl..
  • n. the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination.
  • The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • n. The state of being connected or joined; union by junction, by an intervening substance or medium, by dependence or relation, or by order in a series.
  • n. The act of connecting; the act of uniting, associating, or bringing into relation.
  • n. Sexual intercourse.
  • n. Relationship by family ties, more particularly by distant consanguinity or by marriage; hence, a relative, especially a distant one.
  • n. A circle of persons with whom one is brought into more or less intimate relation: as, a large business connection; hence, any member of such a circle.
  • n. An association or united body; a religious sect: as, the Methodist connection.
  • n. A series or set of circumstances or notions; a number of related notions or matters under consideration, or thought of together: especially in the phrases in this connection or in that connection (that is, in connection with the matter now, or then, mentioned or under discussion).
  • n. Synonyms Junction, etc. (see union); coherence, continuity, association, alliance, intercourse, communication, affinity.
  • n. Relative, etc. See relation.
  • n. Whatever connects or is used to connect; a connecting part or thing: as, hot-water connections.
  • n. Inductive series connection of induction motors or transformers, that is, such connection that the primary of the first apparatus connects to the supply-circuit, the secondary of the first to the primary of the second apparatus, the secondary of the second apparatus to the receiving-circuit or to the primary of a third apparatus, etc. Usually called concatenation or tandem connection.
  • n. A body of Methodists in England which seceded from the Wesleyan Methodist Connection (1797), advocating the distribution of power of government between the ministers and the laity.
  • WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
  • n. an instrumentality that connects
  • n. a supplier (especially of narcotics)
  • n. the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination
  • n. the state of being connected
  • n. (usually plural) a person who is influential and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship)
  • n. shifting from one form of transportation to another
  • n. the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication)
  • n. a relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it)
  • n. a connecting shape
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