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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Definitions for concatenate

  1. To link together; unite in a series or chain.
  2. Linked together, as in a chain.

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Citations for concatenate
While I began to immerse myself in this difficult new venture, the summer would bring in fresh distraction from my loneliness, and it is indeed curious how events concatenate. John O'Meara, Defending Her Son
But when, as in this vintage, the conditions concatenate ideally, the result is - I'm sure you'll agree - vivid and appealing. Stephen Fry, The Liar
Origin of concatenate
late Middle English
1425-1475
Concatenate stems from the Latin word concatēnātus meaning "to link together."
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