1. Joined by treaty or agreement.
2. Related by common characteristics or ancestry.
3. United in a confederacy or league; SYN. confederate, confederative.
Joined together into a whole; SYN. amalgamated, coalesced, consolidated, fused.
ETYM Latin associatus, p. p.
Having partial rights and privileges or subordinate status.
1. Associated with or accompanying; SYN. connected.
2. Joined in some kind of relationship (as a colleague or ally or companion etc.).
ETYM Latin conjugatus, p. p. or conjugare to unite; con- + jugare to join, yoke, marry, jugum yoke; akin to jungere to join. Related to Join.
1. (Chemistry) Formed by the union of two compounds; SYN. conjugated.
2. (Chemistry) Of an organic compound; containing two or more double bonds each separated from the other by a single bond; SYN. conjugated.
3. Joined together especially in a pair or pairs; SYN. conjugated, coupled.
4. Of a pinnate leaflet; having only one pair of leaflets.
In mathematics, a term indicating that two elements are connected in some way; for example, (a + ib) and (a—ib) are conjugate complex numbers.
ETYM Latin corporatus, p. p. of corporare to shape into a body, from corpus body. Related to Corpse.
1. Done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; SYN. collective.
2. Of or belonging to a corporation.
3. Organized and maintained as a legal corporation; SYN. incorporated.
1. Of or relating to a corporation
2. Of or relating to corporatism
Characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity