link together (with someone or something)(redirected from link you together with)
link together (with someone or something)
1. To have a connection with someone or something. We're sisters, so we're forever linked together! Don't you think it's dangerous that the whole economy is linked together with the financial performance of a single company?
2. To connect multiple people or things physically to one another. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "link" and "together." We linked the children's legs together using a bandana for their three-legged race. Link each paper hoop together with the next one in order to create a chain.
3. To find, discover, or establish a connection between multiple people or things. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "link" and "together." Often used in passive constructions. There's nothing linking Paul together with the murder weapon. Nothing! An outbreak of hives has now been linked together with other allergic reactions to the drug.
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