Definition of in conjunction in US English:

in conjunction


  • Together.

    ‘herbal medicine was used in conjunction with acupuncture and massage’
    • ‘This section thus needs to be understood in conjunction with the chapter on process that follows.’
    • ‘The European Election will be held in conjunction with the Local Elections in June.’
    • ‘Although they have no power of arrest they work in conjunction with the police, working as their ear on the street.’
    • ‘Apparently the mere suggestion of abstinence in conjunction with STDs is scaremongering.’
    • ‘As a complementary therapist, he works in conjunction with conventional animal doctors.’
    • ‘The hospital has been working in conjunction with the Metropolitan Police in the investigation.’
    • ‘Events are planned both within the local club and in conjunction with other clubs in the county.’
    • ‘The innovative study, run in conjunction with local authorities, is the first of its kind in the country.’
    • ‘They are designed to work in conjunction with a seat belt - not in place of it.’
    • ‘Several local hotels are offering deals in conjunction with the festival.’
    together, jointly, conjointly, in cooperation, cooperatively, in collaboration, in partnership, in combination, as one, in unison, in concert, concertedly, with one accord, in league, in alliance, in collusion, side by side, hand in hand, hand in glove, shoulder to shoulder, cheek by jowl
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