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connected

Pronunciation: /kəˈnektəd; kəˈnektɪd/

Translation of connected in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • [ideas/events] relacionado the two murders are connected hay una conexión entre los dos asesinatos, los dos asesinatos están relacionados (entre sí) their families are connected sus familias están emparentadas the two firms are in no way connected las dos empresas no tienen conexión or relación alguna the two theories are closely/loosely connected las dos teorías están íntimamente relacionadas/guardan cierta relación she's very well connected está muy bien relacionada or conectada, tiene muy buenos contactos, tiene muy buenas conexiones (Latin America/América Latina) to be connecteded with sth estar* relacionado or conectado con algo this incident could be connected with the murder este incidente podría estar relacionado or conectado con el crimen the town has always been connected with the textile trade la ciudad siempre ha estado vinculada a la industria textil

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