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Sentence count:184+22Posted:2016-07-16Updated:2016-12-13
Synonym: associationconnectednessconnecterconnectiveconnectorconnexionjoininglinkSimilar words: connectsectionelectionselectioninfectionobjectioninspectionprotectionMeaning: [kə'nekʃn]  n. 1. a relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it) 2. the state of being connected 3. an instrumentality that connects 4. (usually plural) a person who is influential and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship) 5. the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination 6. a connecting shape 7. a supplier (especially of narcotics) 8. shifting from one form of transportation to another 9. the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication). 
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(31) His death had no connection with drugs.
(32) A faulty connection could easily cause a fire.
(33) There's a £25 connection charge .
(34) Five youths were arrested in connection with the attack.
(35) She has severed her connection with the firm.
(36) There is a distant connection between the two theories.
(37) A faulty connection caused the machine to stop.
(38) He was arrested in connection with drug smuggling.
(39) The electricity company guarantees connection within 24 hours.
(40) There is a faulty connection in the fusebox.
(41) I have long hypothesized a connection between these factors.
(42) Is there a connection between smoking and lung cancer?
(43) Williams apparently has no connection to the case.
(44) They publicly disavowed any connection with terrorist groups.
(45) My flight was late and I missed the connection.
(46) Mr O'Hara had no known connection with terrorist activity.
(47) The socket allows connection to a PC.
(48) Researchers have now established a connection between air pollution and asthma.
(49) The radio wasn't working because of a loose connection in the wires.
(50) Students often see little connection between school and the rest of their lives.
(51) I said, 'Well what time'll I get to Leeds?' and he said such and such a time but I missed my connection.
(52) The police say he had no connection with the security forces.
(53) Extensive research is being done into the connection between the disease and poor living conditions.
(54) The company has severed its connection/links/relationship/ties with its previous partners.
(55) The book explores the connection between American ethnic and regional literatures.
(56) A man has been charged in connection with the attack.
(57) The explosion may have been caused by a faulty electrical connection.
(58) Police are holding two men in connection with last Thursday's bank raid.
(59) If this train gets delayed we'll miss our connection to Paris.
(60) We'll be lucky if we make our connection to Paris.
More similar words: connectsectionelectionselectioninfectionobjectioninspectionprotectioncollectionreflectionprojectionconvictionintrospectionconstructionin all directionsenvironmental protectionquestionnaireactionauctionfictionreactionfunctionfractionreductionsanctionproductionand functionpredictionfunctionaltake action
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