link with (someone or something)

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link with (someone or something)

1. To make contact with another person. I'm going to link with my friends after we're finished eating dinner, if that's all right. You should definitely link with Nancy while you're in Tokyo.
2. To create or establish a connection to something else. I linked with the company database to retrieve the documents that I need. The TV is just trying to link with the Internet.
3. To create or establish a connection between one person or thing and someone or something else. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "link" and "with." I can link my phone with yours so that it sends you any photos that I take automatically. They linked me with a machine that monitored my brain activity.
See also: link
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