join VERB 1) link or become linked or connected to. 2) unite to form a whole. 3) become a member or employee of. 4) (join up) become a member of the armed forces. 5) take part in (an activity). 6) come into the company of.
NOUN a place where two or more things are joined.
join battle — Cf. ↑join battle
join forces — Cf. ↑join forces
DERIVATIVES joinable adjective.
ORIGIN Old French joindre, from Latin jungere 'to join' .

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