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  • connecter — [ kɔnɛkte ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • 1780; lat. connectere ♦ Techn. Unir par une connexion, mettre en liaison (deux ou plusieurs appareils électriques). Connecter un calculateur périphérique à une unité centrale. ⇒ brancher; connectique.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Connection — Con|nec|tion [kə nɛkʃ(ə)n ], die; , s [engl. connection, connexion < spätlat. con(n)exio, zu lat. conectere = verknüpfen] (ugs.): Beziehung, Verbindung (die für jmdn. nützlich ist, ihm Vorteile verschafft). * * * Connection   [engl.],… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • connect — (v.) mid 15c., from L. conectere join together (see CONNECTION (Cf. connection)). Displaced 16c. by connex (1540s), from M.Fr. connexer, from L. *connexare, a supposed frequentative of conectere (pp. stem connex ). Connect was re established… …   Etymology dictionary

  • connect — verb Etymology: Middle English, from Latin conectere, connectere, from com + nectere to bind Date: 15th century intransitive verb 1. to become joined < the two rooms connect by a hallway > < ideas that connect easily to form a theory > 2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • connection — noun Etymology: Latin connexion , connexio, from conectere Date: 14th century 1. the act of connecting ; the state of being connected: as a. causal or logical relation or sequence < the connection between two ideas > b …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • conexus — SYN: connection. [L.] c. intertendineus SYN: intertendinous connections of extensor digitorum, under connection. * * * co·nex·us (kə nekґsəs) pl. conexґus [L. “connection,” from conectere to join together] connexus …   Medical dictionary

  • join — vt 1: to unite so as to form one unit join the claims in one action 2 a: to align oneself with esp. in a legal matter she join ed her husband as plaintiff b: to cause or order (a person) to become a party to a lawsuit if the person …   Law dictionary

  • connection — late 14c., conneccion, later connexioun (mid 15c.), from O.Fr. connexion, from L. connexionem (nom. connexio) a binding or joining together, from *connexare, frequentative of conectere to fasten together, to tie, join together, from com together… …   Etymology dictionary

  • connect — /kəˈnɛkt / (say kuh nekt) verb (t) 1. to bind or fasten together; join or unite; link. 2. to establish communication between. 3. (sometimes followed by with) to put in communication. 4. (sometimes followed by with) to associate or attach: the… …  

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