you attach it to the wall with ringsse sujeta a la pared con argollas;to attach o.s. to[+group]agregarse a;unirse a
They attached themselves to various expeditions and won plaudits and prizes for their filmsUnlike Baader-Meinhof, which focused on external issues like the US presence in Vietnam, the Red Brigades attached themselves to the trade unions
he attached himself to usse pegó a nosotros
the document is attachedenviamos adjunto el documento;the attached letterla carta adjunta;please find attached details of ...les adjuntamos detalles de ...
The Chinese authorities have attached much significance to Mr Maude's visit...the stigma attached to mental illness
to attach conditions (to sth)imponer condiciones (a algo)
Magistrates will be able to attach conditions when juveniles are remandedThe administration is expexted to attach some conditions to China's Most Favored Nation status