One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a chain made of steel links’
loop, ring, connection, connective, connector, coupling, joint, knot
2‘the links between transport and the environment’
connection, relationship, relatedness, association, linkage, tie-up
3‘they cultivated their links with the labour movement’
bond, tie, attachment, connection, relationship, association, affiliation
mutual interest, liaison
4‘one of the links in the organization’
component, constituent, element, part, piece, member, division
1‘four boxes were linked together’
join, connect, fasten, attach, bind, unite, combine, amalgamate
clamp, secure, fix, affix, tie, stick, hitch, bond, knit, glue, cement, fuse, weld, solder, couple, yoke
2‘there wasn't a scrap of evidence linking him with the body’
associate, connect, relate, join, bracket, draw a connection between, marry, wed
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