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join British & World English

Link; connect

join English Thesaurus

the two parts of the mould are joined with clay

join forces British & World English

Combine efforts

join hands British & World English

Hold each other’s hands

join the club British & World English

Used as an observation that someone else is in a similar difficult situation to oneself

join up in join British & World English

Become a member of the armed forces

join hands in join British & World English

Hold each other’s hands

if you can't beat them, join them British & World English

If you are unable to outdo rivals in some endeavour, you might as well cooperate with them and thereby possibly gain an advantage

rejoin1 British & World English

Join together again; reunite

rejoin2 British & World English

Say something in reply, typically in a quick or critical manner

the mile-high club British & World English

Used in reference to having sex on an aircraft

join the club in club1 British & World English

Used as an observation that someone else is in a similar difficult situation to oneself

join up in join English Thesaurus

he joined up in 1939, becoming an RAF officer

the mile-high club in mile British & World English

Used in reference to having sex on an aircraft

if you can't beat them, join them in beat British & World English

If you are unable to outdo rivals in some endeavour, you might as well cooperate with them and thereby possibly gain an advantage


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