- 1 1.1 (attach) to connect sth (
tosth) conectar algo ( aalgo) 1.2 (link together) [rooms] comunicar*, unir [towns] conectar the buildings are connected by a covered walkway un pasillo techado comunica los edificios 1.3 [Telec] I'm trying to connect you un momento que lo comunico or (Esp) le pongo con el número I'll connect you with her office lo comunico or (Esp) le pongo con su despacho 1.4 (link to main system) [phone/gas] conectar we haven't been connected yet aún no nos han conectado a la red to be connected to the Internet estar* conectado a Internet
- 2 [Transp] to connect
withsth [train/boat/flight] enlazar* conalgo, conectar conalgo (AmL) this flight connects with a flight to Rome este vuelo enlaza or (AmL tb) conecta con uno a Roma
- 3 [colloquial/familiar] 3.1 (make contact) he connected and sent him flying le dio un puñetazo que lo mandó por los aires 3.2 (be sympathetic) to connect (
withsb/sth) sintonizar* ( conalgn/algo) we just don't connect simplemente no sintonizamos or no estamos en la misma onda
- v + o + adv, v + adv + o [wires/apparatus] conectar 1.1v + adv [wires] conectarse don't you see? it all connects up ¿no ves? todo está relacionado
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