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link up
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (computers)
a. conectar
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
2. (roads, travelers)
a. encontrarse
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link up
[+people] unirse
the two heads of departments linked up for the project the party split up into groups for the morning then linked up in the afternoon to visit the palace the children from the two schools linked up to put on a concert they linked up to write the script
[+companies] unir fuerzas
the two companies linked up for the project
[+spacecraft] acoplarse; [+railway lines, roads] empalmar
this links up with another problem esto tiene relación con otro problema
This was a typical Greek view, and it links up again of course with the Eastern view of God Adam Smith's theory clearly links up with the notion of Universalizability The Russian and American armies linked up for the first time on the banks of the river Elbe
to link up with sb juntarse a algn; we are linking up with another firm for this project vamos a unir fuerzas con otra empresa para llevar a cabo este proyecto
we flew out 2 weeks later and linked up with them in Nairobi Ringo is said to have linked up with ex-Beatle Paul mccartney to write the song They linked up with a series of local anti-nuclear and anti-apartheid groups..
transitive verb
Rad, Telec, TV
to link sth up to sth conectar algo a algo
The television screens of the next century will be linked up to an emerging world telecommunications grid the idea was to link companies up with rural communities to assist their development
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