"conectar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

conectar
transitive verb
1. to connect sth (a o con (up) to)
  • el puente conecta la isla con el continente -> the bridge connects o links the island to the mainland
intransitive verb
2. (radio & television)
  • conectar con -> to go over to
3. (persona)
  • conectar con alguien -> to get in touch with somebody; (ponerse en contacto) to relate to somebody (entenderse)
4. to connect (vuelo)
conectarse
pronomial verb
1. to switch (itself) on (aparato)
  • conectarse a Internet -> to get connected to the Internet, to go on-line; (por primera vez) to access the Internet (regularmente)

conectar [co-nec-tar’]
article & verb transitive
1. To connect, to couple up. (Mecahnic)
  • Conectar un aparato a tierra -> to earth a piece of apparatus
  • Conectar a uno con otra persona -> to put somebody in touch with somebody else
  • Yo les puedo conectar, -> can put you in touch
verb neuter
  • Conectar con -> to communicate with
  • Ellos conectan bien -> they get on well
  • Ahora conectamos con Londres -> now we’re going over to London
verb reflexive
2. To make a connection.

conectar
verbo:transitivo
1 [+cables, tubos] to connect (up)
conecta este tubo a la aspiradora
he conectado el ordenador a Internet I've connected the computer to the internet
conectamos mi impresora a su ordenador
todavía no hemos conectado la luz en el piso nuevo we still haven't had the electricity connected in the new flat; conecta el televisor para ver las noticias switch on the television to watch the news; conectar un aparato eléctrico a tierra to earth o ground an electrical appliance; (EEUU)
2 (enlazar)
conectar algo con algo to link sth to sth; esta autovía conectará Granada con Almería this dual carriageway will link Granada and o to Almería; la secretaria no me quiso conectar con el jefe the secretary wouldn't put me through to the boss; una oración que me conecta con Dios a prayer which puts me in touch with God
3 (relacionar)
no logro conectar una cosa con la otra I can't see how one thing connects with another; I can't see how everything ties in together; conectó todos los datos y resolvió el problema he put all the facts together and solved the problem
verbo:intransitivo
1 (congeniar)
Ana y Eugenia conectan bien Ana and Eugenia have a lot in common
tú y yo no conectamos en absoluto
un autor que ha sabido conectar con el público an author who knows how to get through to o reach the public; no hemos logrado conectar con el electorado we didn't manage to get through to the electorate
2 (enlazar)
esta carretera conectará con la autopista this road will link up to o provide a link to the motorway; este tren conecta con el de Málaga this train connects (up) with the Malaga train; la obra conecta con la tradición poética española the work ties in with Spanish poetic tradition
3 (TV) (Rad)
conectamos con nuestro corresponsal en Londres and now it's over to our correspondent in London; and now we're going over to our correspondent in London
verbo:pronominal
conectarse (Informática)
conectarse a Internet to get connected to the internet

Verb Conjugations for "conectar" (go to to connect)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo conecto conecté conectaba conectaría conectaré
conectas conectaste conectabas conectarías conectarás
él/ella/Ud. conecta conectó conectaba conectaría conectará
nosotros conectamos conectamos conectábamos conectaríamos conectaremos
vosotros conectáis conectasteis conectabais conectaríais conectaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. conectan conectaron conectaban conectarían conectarán
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