Definition of concatenate in English:

concatenate

Syllabification: con·cat·e·nate
Pronunciation: /kənˈkatnˌāt
 
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verb

[with object] formal or • technical
  • Link (things) together in a chain or series: some words may be concatenated, such that certain sounds are omitted
    More example sentences
    • The retrieved file name is concatenated into a full URL and returned.
    • These small patches can be concatenated together when distributed to project maintainers.
    • The program stores image streams in a single file, concatenating each successive image onto the end of the file.

Origin

late 15th century (as an adjective): from late Latin concatenat- 'linked together', from the verb concatenare, from con- 'together' + catenare, from catena 'chain'.

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