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She carefully connected the two wires.
The boxes are connected by lines that show their mathematical relationships.
It has speakers inside, which you can connect to your sound card.
This cable connects to the back of the TV.
A ferry connects the mainland and the island.
The upper town is connected to the lower town by cable car.
Check that your printer is connected properly and that the power is turned on.
We aren’t connected to the municipal water supply.
Please wait, we are trying to connect you.
The operator connected her to the police station.
Your modem enables you to connect to the Internet.
There was no evidence then to connect smoking and lung cancer.
The public connects him with sports not politics.
There is no evidence to connect him to the murder.
This train connects with the 9:05 train to Denver.
As soon as we met, we connected.
Younger audiences didn’t connect with the movie.
His first punch didn’t connect.
Her foot connected with the ball.
This is the American English definition of connect. View British English definition of connect.
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