conjoined

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Simple past tense and past participle of conjoin
Joined together, as with conjoined twins, or in matrimony

representatives of a loosely conjoined nation... - Time.

{a} connected, united, linked
consisting of two or more associated entities; "the interplay of these conjoined yet opposed factors"; "social order and prosperity, the conjoint aims of government"- J K Fairbank
Fairbank
Joined together or touching
past of conjoin
conjunct
conjoined twin
one of the two identical twins who are born attached together in utero
conjoined twins
the two people joined together in utero
conjoined twins
plural form of conjoined twin
conjoined twin
Conjoined twins are twins who are born with their bodies joined
conjoined twins
two people who are born with their bodies joined to each other. or Siamese twins Identical twins (see multiple birth) whose embryos did not separate completely. Conjoined twins are physically joined (typically along the trunk or at the front, side, or back of the head) and often share some organs. Symmetrical conjoined twins usually have no birth anomalies except at the areas of fusion and can sometimes be separated by surgery. In asymmetrical conjoined twins, one is fairly well developed, but the other is severely underdeveloped and dependent on the larger twin for nutrition. The underdeveloped twin may have to be surgically separated to save the larger twin. The term originally referred to Chang and Eng, born in 1811 in Siam, who were joined by a ligament from breastbone to navel. Widely exhibited, they married two sisters and fathered several children
conjoin
To join as coordinate elements, often with a coordinating conjunction, such as coordinate clauses
conjoin
To unite, to join, to league

And the Body of one Dead; — a temple where the Hero-soul once was and now is not: Oh, all mystery, all pity, all mute awe and wonder; Supernaturalism brought home to the very dullest; Eternity laid open, and the nether Darkness and the upper Light-Kingdoms; — do conjoin there, or exist nowhere!.

conjoin
to unite
conjoin
If two or more things conjoin or if you conjoin them, they are united and joined together. The wisdom of the retired generals and backbench MPs conjoins America's rise in rates was conjoined with higher rates elsewhere. if we conjoin the two responses. to join together, or to make things or people do this (conjoindre, from conjungere, from com- ( COM-) + jungere )
conjoin
{a} connected, united, joint, mutual
conjoin
{v} to connect, league, unite, fasten, join
conjoin
take in marriage
conjoin
To join together; to unite
conjoin
To marry
conjoin
To unite; to join; to league
conjoin
To combine two sets, conditions, or expressions by a logical AND; to intersect
conjoin
{f} unite, join; be united, confederate, merge
conjoin
make contact or come together; "The two roads join here"
conjoin
To join together; to unite; to combine
conjoined

    الواصلة

    con·joined

    التركية النطق

    käncoynd

    النطق

    /ˌkänˈʤoind/ /ˌkɑːnˈʤɔɪnd/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ k&n-'join, kän- ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French conjoindre, from Latin conjungere, from com- + jungere to join; more at YOKE.

    كلمة اليوم

    argus
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