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join
British English: /dʒɔɪn/
American English: /dʒɔɪn/

Translation of join in French:

noun

transitive verb

  • 1 (meet up with)
    (colleague, family)
    I'll join you in Paris
    je te rejoindrai à Paris
    come and join us for dinner/drinks
    venez dîner/prendre un verre avec nous
    may I join you? (sit down)
    puis-je me joindre à vous?
    we're going to the opera, would you like to join us?
    nous allons à l'opéra, voulez-vous venir avec nous?
  • 2 (go to the end of)
    se mettre dans
    (line, queue)
    se mettre au bout de
    (row)
    ajouter son nom à
    (list)
  • 3 (become a member of)
    devenir membre de
    (EU, organization, team)
    (club, party)
    s'inscrire à
    (class, library)
    s'engager dans
    (army)
    devenir membre de
    (church)
    to join a union
    se syndiquer
    join the club!
    tu n'es pas le seul/la seule!
  • 4 (become part of)
    (crowd, exodus, rush)
    to join battle
    entrer dans la bataille
    the province voted to join the federation
    la province a voté l'union avec la fédération
  • 5 (become an employee)
    (firm, company)
    to join Lloyds/Ford
    entrer chez Lloyds/Ford
  • 7 (associate with) (gen)
    (person) to do, in doing pour faire
    (professionally) (actor, businesswoman) (colleague, partner) to do, in doing pour faire
    to join forces
    s'unir, s'allier
    to join forces with somebody/something (merge)
    s'allier à quelqu'un/quelque chose
    (co-operate)
    collaborer avec quelqu'un/quelque chose
    to join somebody in the struggle
    se joindre à quelqu'un dans la lutte
    Martin joins me in sending his congratulations
    Martin se joint à moi pour vous féliciter
  • 8 (board)
    monter dans
    (train)
    monter à bord de
    (ship)
  • 9 (attach)
    (ends, halves, pieces)
    (parts)
    to join one end to another ou the other
    joindre un bout à l'autre
    to join two pieces together
    joindre deux morceaux
  • 11 (merge with)
    (road) (motorway)
    (river)
    se jeter dans
    (sea)
  • 12 (Religion)
    (priest) (bride and groom)
    to join two people in marriage
    unir deux personnes par le mariage

intransitive verb

  • 1 (become a member) (of party, club)
    (of group, class)
    s'inscrire
  • 2 (connect, meet)
    (edges, pieces)
    se joindre
    (pipes, wires)
    se raccorder
    (rivers, roads)
    se rejoindre

Phrasal verbs

join in

1 join in 2 join in [something]
(talks, discussion, campaign, game, activity)
(strike, demonstration)
to join in the bidding
prendre part aux enchères
to join in the fun
se joindre à la fête
to join in the dancing/singing
se mettre à danser/chanter avec les autres

join on

1 join on
se fixer
2 join [something] on, join on [something] (fasten)
(add)

join up

1 join up 1.1 (Military) (enlist)
s'engager
1.2 (meet up)
(people)
se retrouver
1.3 (merge)
(roads, tracks)
se rejoindre
2 join up [something], join [something] up
(characters, dots)
(pieces)
joined-up writing
écriture (f) liée

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