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Join the two edges of the material.
You have to join the smaller piece of wood to the main part.
First, join the two pipes together.
I’m thinking of joining a choir.
countries that would like to join the EU
He wants to join the army.
We joined the interstate at exit 47.
Welcome to everyone who joined the cruise today.
Wendy went off to join her friends in the bar.
The police car was soon joined by two ambulances.
Brent Walker joins us now from our New York studios.
Why don’t you join us for dinner tonight?
The two schools have joined together to raise money for Mozambique.
Do you mind if I join you?
Teachers joined forces with parents to prepare the hall for the school play.
They joined us in complaining about the service we received in the restaurant.
I’m sure everyone joins me in wishing Caroline and David a long and happy marriage.
This is the American English definition of join. View British English definition of join.
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