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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdʒɔɪn/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dʒɔɪn/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling( join)



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Sense: Verb: connect physically
Synonyms:
connect , link , couple , attach , merge, stick together, bind together, fasten together, yoke , hook up, hitch
Antonyms:
separate , sunder, sever , disjoin, disconnect , split , pull apart, unfasten, break , divorce , dissect, segregate, intervene , keep apart, rip , tear , smash , partition, unhook, unbind, break dow
Sense: Verb: combine
Synonyms:
combine , fuse , coalesce, unite, unify, marry , conjoin
Sense: Verb: enroll in
Synonyms:
enroll in, enrol in (UK), become a member of, enlist in, sign up for, register for
Antonyms:
unsubscribe, unregister, quit , shun , leave , desert , withdraw , bow out, drop out, cancel your membership, go against, sever ties, distance yourself from, cast aspersions on, go separate ways, disassociate, blacklist, jump ship
Sense: Verb: accompany
Synonyms:
accompany, go along with, come along with, go with
Sense: Verb: team up with
Synonyms:
team up with, side with, align yourself with, ally yourself with, join forces with, join up with
Sense: Verb: come together - roads, lines, etc.
Synonyms:
come together, meet , converge, coincide, meet at a point
Antonyms:
branch off, be separated, be far apart, be on opposite sides of, be nowhere near, not share a border
Sense: Verb: border on
Synonyms:
border on, neighbor , neighbour (UK), flank , abut, touch , butt against, adjoin, be adjacent to

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