A point where two or more things are joined
the junction between the roof and the adjoining walls
A junction in the shape of a ‘T’, in particular a road junction at which one road joins another at right angles without crossing it
A synapse (now rare).
A road junction at which traffic is channelled in two directions round a central island, entering and leaving by smaller islands.
A road area at a junction marked with a yellow grid, which a vehicle should enter only if its exit from it is clear
A box containing a junction of electric wires or cables
A junction formed by adding one or more impurity metals to a semiconductor (so forming an alloy).
A city in western Colorado, at the junction of the Colorado (formerly the Grand) and Gunnison rivers; population 49,688 (est. 2008)
A boundary between p-type and n-type material in a semiconductor device, functioning as a rectifier
A specialized connection of two adjacent animal cell membranes such that the space usually lying between them is absent
A place where motorists can join or leave a motorway.
The interval between the end of one programme and the beginning of the next.
An electrical device in which two superconducting metals are separated by a thin layer of insulator, across which an electric current may flow in the absence of a potential difference. The current may be made to oscillate in proportion to an applied potential difference
A complex multi-level road junction (in the UK, applied typically to a major traffic interchange on the M6 near Birmingham)