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Attach the rope to the branch of a tree.
There was a message attached to the flowers.
The field was used by horses from the riding school that is attached to the farm.
An element of risk inevitably attaches to sports such as skiing.
Considerable prestige attaches to his new position.
She is now attached to the American Embassy in Beijing.
Both her parents attach great importance to education.
They soon attached themselves to a group of women discussing the next day’s activities.
This is the American English definition of attach. View British English definition of attach.