To join or unite to; to lie contiguous to; to be in contact with; to attach; to append.
1. To clump together; as of bacteria, red blood cells, etc.
2. To string together, of morphemes in an agglutinating language.
3. Join firmly; thicken; make like glue; coagulate;
4. Philology, make compound words by additions.
To join; to connect.
To use a computer program to translate source code written in a particular programming language into computer-readable machine code that can be executed.
1. To straighten oneself; SYN. pull up, straighten up.
2. To form or arrange in order or formation, as of a body of soldiers.
3. To cause to stop; as of vehicles; SYN. pull up.
4. To approach (said of vehicles or their riders); SYN. pull up, haul up.
1. To become part of; become a member of a group or organization; SYN. fall in, get together.
2. To cause to become joined or linked; SYN. bring together.
3. To come into the company of.
4. To make contact or come together; SYN. conjoin.
1. To apply make-up or cosmetics to one's face to appear prettier.
2. To devise or compose
3. To make up work that was missed due to absence at a later point; SYN. catch up with.
To attach; to aggregate; to unite in one.
1 To create as a unified whole; construct
2. add, combine
1. To join by splicing
2. To join the ends of
(Homonym: right, rite, wright).
(Irregular preterit, past participle: wrote, written).
1. To communicate (with) in writing; SYN. drop a line.
2. To communicate by letter.
3. To communicate or express by writing.
4. To mark or trace on a surface.
5. To produce a literary work; SYN. compose, pen, indite.
6. To record data on a computer.