interconnect

[in-ter-kuh-nekt]
verb (used with object)
1.
to connect with one another.
verb (used without object)
2.
to be or become connected or interrelated.
adjective
3.
Telecommunications.
a.
pertaining to customer-owned equipment that is connected to or has access to the public telephone network.
b.
pertaining to companies that supply equipment to customers: a leading interconnect company.

Origin:
1860–65; inter- + connect

interconnection, noun
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interconnect (ˌɪntəkəˈnɛkt)
 
vb (often foll by with)
1.  to relate well: people I really interconnect with
2.  to be meaningfully or complexly related or joined: these three strands of thought interconnect
 
n
3.  a.  a device that connects things
 b.  (as modifier): interconnect cable
 
intercon'nection
 
n

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Example sentences
Extra-wide staircases interconnect at various floors so evacuees could cross
  over if one of the stairwells were blocked.
And way to interconnect them physically and electrically.
Perhaps national digital library systems could interconnect, forming a global
  one.
Some trails interconnect, so you can string together a longer ride.
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