link

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈlɪŋk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/lɪŋk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(lingk)


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link

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. is the missing link
  2. replace a chain link
  3. a link in the chain
  4. there is a [direct, indirect] link between
  5. is the [weak, weakest] link (in the)
  6. [cannot, can't] find a link (between)
  7. [identify, determine, investigate] (potential) links
  8. is the link between
  9. posited a link between
  10. is the link to [the past, your heritage]
  11. [a website, a dead, a sponsored, an external] link
  12. report a [dead] link
  13. [click on, come across] a broken link
  14. click on the link
  15. [provide, visit, share, embed] a link
  16. sent you a link
  17. maintained strong links with the [party, media, ex-co-workers]
  18. a [satellite, rail, communications, remote] link
v
  1. link arms and [sing, pray]
  2. link the [island] with the [mainland]
  3. link up your computer [to, and]
  4. link a [website, video, blog] (to)
  5. link to your website
  6. nothing to link her to the [murder, victim]
  7. the [suspects, murders] are linked (somehow)
  8. linked to the [murder, investigation, disappearance]
  9. police have linked the [suspect, incident, attack] to
  10. everything is linked (together)
  11. linked by a [tunnel, bridge, toll road]
  12. linked up (with her) through [email, a friend, the internet]
  13. link up with a [hotel chain, broadcaster, sports brand]
  14. link the [pieces, clues, evidence]
  15. linked and connected
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