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Synonyms for connect

Synonyms for connect

to join one thing to another

to come or bring together in one's mind or imagination

to unite or be united in a relationship

to interact with another or others in a meaningful fashion

Synonyms for connect

be or become joined or united or linked

join by means of communication equipment

land on or hit solidly

join for the purpose of communication

be scheduled so as to provide continuing service, as in transportation

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establish a rapport or relationship

establish communication with someone

plug into an outlet

hit or play a ball successfully

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It is not a laptop, but a device with 3G or wireless connection connectible to the internet.
The first section deals with "The World of Harry Potter: Connectible Internationally with Specific Components" in terms of four general realms: "The Educational Establishment of a School" (76-85), which compares the curriculum of Hogwarts to curricular developments in Britain--see also pages 134-48 below--and Europe; "Politics and Politicians" (85-92), on the parallels between the Ministry of Magic and the British parliamentary government; "Journalism: Boulevard Periodicals Everywhere" (92-99), on Rita Skeeter and German popular periodicals; and "Sport and Its Functions" (99-104), mostly on Quidditch.
By providing LIS for specific applications that are connectible to other technologies, vendors can provide a holistic view across the entire drug development life cycle, while still allowing fast implementation and adoption times for each solution.
By teaming with leading healthcare technology companies like MediNotes, we are able to provide more EMR connectible devices than any other medical device manufacturer in the ambulatory care space.
I/O port "normally connectible to a conventional computer