|1.||to link or be linked together; join; fasten|
|2.||(tr) to relate or associate: I connect him with my childhood|
|3.||(tr) to establish telephone communications with or between|
|4.||(intr) to be meaningful or meaningfully related|
|5.||(intr) (of two public vehicles, such as trains or buses) to have the arrival of one timed to occur just before the departure of the other, for the convenient transfer of passengers|
|6.||informal (intr) to hit, punch, kick, etc, solidly|
|7.||informal (US), (Canadian) (intr) to be successful|
|8.||slang (intr) to find a source of drugs, esp illegal drugs|
|[C17: from Latin connectere to bind together, from nectere to bind, tie]|
connect con·nect (kə-někt')
v. con·nect·ed, con·nect·ing, con·nect·s
To join or fasten together.
To become joined or united.