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adjective British English pronunciation: allied /ˈælaɪd/

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    Allied

    [only before noun] belonging to or connected with the countries that united to fight against Germany in the First and Second World Wars, or against Iraq in the Gulf War
    Allied soldiers/forces:

    Allied forces landed in Normandy in the summer of 1944.

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    British English pronunciation: allied /əˈlaɪd/ British English pronunciation: allied /ˈælaɪd/  if something is allied to or with something else, it is connected with it or working together with it
    allied to/with:

    Tax increases, allied to a collapse in export markets, have seriously harmed industry.

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