Translation of join in Spanish:
- 1 (fasten, link)(ropes/wires)(put together) (tables)to join two things togetherI joined an extra length onto the hosepipeunir dos cosasa canal joining the Rhine and the Danubele añadí or le agregué un trozo a la manguerato join handsun canal que une el Rin con el Danubioagarrarse or tomarse or (especially Spain) cogerse de la manoExample sentences
- The extension would be joined to the main offices by a link corridor.
- The drawer fronts are normally joined to the drawer sides with lapped dovetails.
- The sewer's original standard of design is described as ‘poor’, and it has never been joined to the public sewer system.
- 2 2.1 (meet, keep company with) See examples: we're going for a drink, won't o will you join us?Charles is joining us after he's finished workvamos a tomar algo ¿nos acompañas?you go ahead, I'll join you laterCharles vendrá cuando salga del trabajomay I join you?ustedes vayan que ya iré yo luegowon't o will you join us for dinner?¿le importa si me siento aquí?join us next week at the same time for … (Radio, Television)¿por qué no cenan con nosotros?2.2 (associate oneself with) See examples: I'd like you all to join me in a toast to …los esperamos la semana que viene a la misma hora para …my husband joins me in wishing you a speedy recovery [formal]quiero proponer un brindis por …propongo que brindemos todos por …we invite you to join us in condemning this attacktanto mi marido como yo le deseamos una pronta recuperaciónlos invitamos a adherirse a nuestra repulsa de este atentado
- 3 3.1 (become part of)(procession/demonstration)they have joined the ranks of the unemployedunirse asumarse aI joined the linese han sumado a las filas del desempleohan pasado a engrosar las filas del desempleoI joined the course in Novemberme puse en la cola3.2 (become member of)empecé el curso en noviembreme uní al grupo en noviembre(club/society)hacerse socio de(party/union)afiliarse a(army)alistarse en(firm)he joined our staff in Julyentrar en or (in Latin America also) entrar aincorporarse apasó a formar parte de nuestro personal en juliose incorporó a la empresa ( or organización etc) en julioExample sentences
- They would like to see new members joining up - all the officer posts are up for re-election.
- Well done to those who took the initiative and joined up - more members welcome.
- He had been one of the Blackbury Pals, who had joined up together.
- 4 4.1 (merge with) See examples: the path joins the road a mile further onthis river eventually joins the Thamesel camino empalma con la carretera una milla más adelantewhere the wall joins the roofeste río desemboca en or confluye con el Támesis4.2 (get onto) See examples: we join the autobahn south of Frankfurten la unión de la pared con el techohe joined his ship at Bostonentramos en la autopista al sur de Frankfurtse unió a la tripulación en Boston
- 1 1.1 (become connected)(parts/components)1.2 (unite)unirse(institutions/groups)to joinunirse
withsomebody in -ingthey join with me in congratulating youse unen a mis felicitacionesse hacen partícipes de mi enhorabuena [formal]Example sentences
- When the religious-right and the humanists join together for a common cause, no external entity can put down their efforts.
- Community is built and strengthened as participants join together to work as the body of Christ.
- Instead of hitting each other and bouncing off like bumper cars, the atoms join together and function as one entity.
- 3 (become member)hacerse socioExample sentences
- But despite such challenges, women are once again joining the ranks of the police in Afghanistan.
- Most members join clubs for fitness, but they stay for fun.
- Think " retention " the moment the member joins the club.
- 1verb + adverb
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (enlist)
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