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affix to attach or join physically (usually used with "to"). [1/2 definitions]
annex to add or attach to something larger. [1/3 definitions]
bolt1 to close or attach with a bolt or with something like a bolt. [1/8 definitions]
computer virus a code added to a computer program that can attach itself to and seriously damage other programs.
dedicate to formally attach someone's name to something as a token of affection or respect. [1/5 definitions]
fasten to join or attach firmly to something else or in place. [1/3 definitions]
fix to make stable or steady; fasten firmly; attach. [1/7 definitions]
graft1 to attach as a graft. [1/3 definitions]
hairpin a metal pin in the shape of a U, used to keep hair in place or to attach something to the hair. [1/2 definitions]
hang to attach to a point above without support from below. [1/5 definitions]
mount1 to set firmly into position on a surface for study or display; attach or set in place. [1/7 definitions]
pin a small, stiff wire with a sharp point and usually a flat head. Pins are used to fasten or attach cloth, paper, or other materials. [1/6 definitions]
polyp a small water animal with a soft body and a mouth surrounded by tentacles. Polyps attach themselves to rocks or other underwater objects. Corals, sea anemones, and jellyfish spend part of their lives as polyps and part of their lives floating freely.
post1 to attach to a wall or other surface. [1/3 definitions]
screw to fasten or attach with a screw or screws. [2/5 definitions]
stake1 to tie or attach to a stake. [1/4 definitions]
staple1 to hold together or attach using a staple or staples; drive a staple or staples into. [1/2 definitions]
stick2 to attach with tape, paste, glue, or other similar substance. [1/10 definitions]
tack to fasten or attach with a tack. [1/4 definitions]
tick2 a small animal that is related to the spider. Ticks attach themselves to people and other animals and suck their blood. Ticks are known to spread disease.
transplant to remove a body organ by surgery and attach it somewhere else on the same body or on another body. [1/3 definitions]