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abstract formed in the mind or in thought, with little connection to what actually exists or is proven. [1/3 definitions]
ashamed feeling shame or embarrassment in connection with one has or is connected with. [1/3 definitions]
association the connection of one idea, feeling, or emotion with another. [1/4 definitions]
bearing relation or connection (usually followed by "on"). [1/4 definitions]
disconnect to break off or stop the connection of or between. [1/2 definitions]
fuse2 an electrical device with a connection that melts if there is too much heat. Fuses protect buildings by breaking a circuit before a fire can start. [1/4 definitions]
independent separate or without connection. [1/3 definitions]
link to join or unite by a link or connection. [1/3 definitions]
plug a device with two or three prongs on the end of an electrical cord. It is put into an outlet to make a connection with an electric circuit. [1/4 definitions]
preposition a word that shows a connection or relation between a noun or pronoun and some other word. In the sentence, "We went to the market and talked about the weather," "to" and "about" are prepositions.
relate to have a connection. [1/4 definitions]
related having some connection. [1/2 definitions]
relation connection. [1/3 definitions]
relationship a connection between people. [1/2 definitions]
remind to cause (someone) to remember someone or something because of a similarity to or connection with that person or thing. [1/2 definitions]
separate to divide into parts or break the connection between. [1/9 definitions]
terminal a device at the end of a wire or cable that allows a connection to be made to an electrical circuit. [1/5 definitions]
to in connection with. [1/15 definitions]
who used as a relative pronoun to introduce extra information in connection with the person just mentioned. [1/4 definitions]
yourself used to show that an action is done to or in connection with the person that the speaker is addressing, and that it is this same person who performs the action. [1/3 definitions]