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link1 British & World English

A relationship between two things or situations, especially where one affects the other

link2 British & World English

A torch of pitch and tow for lighting the way in dark streets

link English Thesaurus

a chain made of steel links

link-up British & World English

An instance of two or more people or things connecting or joining

data link British & World English

A telecommunications link over which data is transmitted

die link British & World English

An established connection between coins struck from the same die

link farm British & World English

A set of web pages created with the sole aim of linking to a target page, in an attempt to improve that page’s search engine ranking

null link British & World English

A reference incorporated into the last item in a list to indicate there are no further items in the list

chain-link British & World English

Made of wire in a diamond-shaped mesh

cross link British & World English

A chemical bond between different chains of atoms in a polymer or other complex molecule

video link British & World English

An electronic facility that enables audiovisual communication between people in different locations

missing link British & World English

A thing that is needed in order to complete a series, provide continuity, or gain complete knowledge

the weakest link British & World English

The point at which a system, sequence, or organization is most vulnerable; the least dependable element or member

delink British & World English

Break the connection between (something) and something else

hotlink British & World English

A connection between documents or applications which enables material from one source to be incorporated into another, in particular a facility which automatically updates material in a document when an alteration is made to the document from which it originated

linkman British & World English

A person serving as a connection between groups of people

relink British & World English

Connect or join again

weblink British & World English

A printed address of a website in a book, newspaper, etc.

cufflink British & World English

A device for fastening together the sides of a shirt cuff, typically a pair of linked studs or a single plate connected to a short swivelling rod, passed through a hole in each side of the cuff

linkbait British & World English

(On a website) content designed to attract attention and encourage those viewing it to create hyperlinks to the site, with the aim of improving the site’s position on the list of results returned by a search engine

snap hook British & World English

A hook with a spring allowing the entrance but preventing the escape of a cord, link, etc.

snap link in snap hook British & World English

A hook with a spring allowing the entrance but preventing the escape of a cord, link, etc.

cross-link in cross link British & World English

Make or become linked with a cross link

the weakest link in weak British & World English

The point at which a system, sequence, or organization is most vulnerable; the least dependable element or member


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