Synonyms of attach in English:

attach

verb

  • 1 his ankles were attached by chains to the wall
    fasten, fix, affix, join, connect, couple, link, secure, make fast, tie, tie up, bind, fetter, strap, rope, tether, truss, lash, hitch, moor, anchor, yoke, chain; stick, tape, adhere, glue, bond, cement, fuse, weld, solder; pin, peg, screw, bolt, rivet, batten, pinion, clamp, clip; add, append, annex, subjoin
    [Antonyms] detach
  • 2 he attached himself to the radical section of the Liberal Party
    affiliate with, associate with, align with, ally with, unite with, combine with, integrate into, join to; join up with, join forces with, band together with, team up with, latch on to, cooperate with, be in league with, form an alliance with, make a pact with
    informal tag along with
    [Antonyms] break away from
  • 3 they attached great importance to research
    ascribe, assign, attribute, accredit, apply, impute; invest with, put on, place on, lay on
  • 4 he is the medical officer attached to Brigade Headquarters
    assign, allot, allocate, detail, appoint; relocate, reassign, transfer, move, send, second, lend
    [Antonyms] separate
  • 5 Law the state attached criminals' property
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