Conjunct Conjunctiva

Conjunction

Meanings and phrases

conjunction

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n.
  1. the temporal property of two things happening at the same time; concurrence; coincidence; co-occurrence
  2. an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences; conjunctive; connective; continuative
  3. the state of being joined together; junction; conjugation; colligation
  4. the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
  5. (astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac; alignment
  6. something that joins or connects; junction

adversative conjunction

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n.
  1. the conjunctive relation of units that expresses the opposition of their meanings

coordinating conjunction

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n.
  1. the coordination by conjunction of linguistic units of the same status
  2. a conjunction (like `and' or `or') that connects two identically constructed grammatical constituents

copulative conjunction

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n.
  1. the conjunctive relation of units that expresses the addition of their meanings

disjunctive conjunction

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n.
  1. the conjunctive relation of units that expresses the disjunction of their meanings

inferior conjunction

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n.
  1. (astronomy) the alignment of the Earth and a planet on the same side of the sun

subordinate conjunction

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n.
  1. a conjunction (like `since' or `that' or `who') that introduces a dependent clause; subordinating conjunction

subordinating conjunction

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n.
  1. the subordination that occurs when a conjunction makes one linguistic unit a constituent of another
  2. a conjunction (like `since' or `that' or `who') that introduces a dependent clause; subordinate conjunction

superior conjunction

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n.
  1. (astronomy) the alignment of the Earth and a planet on the opposite side of the sun

used in conjunction

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E.g.
  • Tobacco was mainly used in conjunction with cigarettes.
  • Diaphragms and caps are often used in conjunction with spermicides.
  • The harp stand was typically used in conjunction with the stub switch.

held in conjunction

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E.g.
  • It was held in conjunction with Malaysia's 50th independence.
  • The referendum was held in conjunction with the 1984 federal election.
  • The referendum was held in conjunction with the 1974 federal election.

conjunction with other

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E.g.
  • Calculus can be used in conjunction with other mathematical disciplines.
  • Diplopodia is often found in conjunction with other structural abnormalities and can be lethal.
  • It also produces some Australian movies, such as "Bad Eggs", in conjunction with other companies.

released in conjunction

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E.g.
  • "Touch" was released in conjunction with the album on March 14.
  • It was released in conjunction with popular mixtape website LiveMixtapes.com.
  • "Touch", performed by NCT 127, was released in conjunction with the album on March 13.

works in conjunction

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E.g.
  • He mainly works in conjunction with his some-time bandmate Sascha Paeth.
  • The Trenton Police Department works in conjunction with the Mercer County Sheriff's Office.
  • The Bradenton Police Department works in conjunction with the Manatee County Sheriff's Office.

work in conjunction

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E.g.
  • Naficy produced the work in conjunction with the UCLA computer department.
  • Each weapon features two modes of fire which work in conjunction with each other.
  • This panel will work in conjunction with the International Field Hockey Federation.

developed in conjunction

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E.g.
  • Brakes were developed in conjunction with Lockheed.
  • The concept was developed in conjunction with Australian rock band Regurgitator and XYZ Networks.
  • The Platform was developed in conjunction with New Jersey-based REMIX Entertainment Ventures and Comcast.

worked in conjunction

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E.g.
  • The two towers worked in conjunction to pinpoint fires.
  • Loyola, worked in conjunction with Johns Hopkins, Towson, and UMBC to run these events.
  • He worked in conjunction with the FBI National Security Branch in terrorism investigative matters.

working in conjunction

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E.g.
  • Fischer, all the while working in conjunction with his Montreal brokerage.
  • Hume accepts that ideas may be either the product of mere sensation or of the imagination working in conjunction with sensation.
  • The group participated in the delivery of humanitarian aid, working in conjunction with the American Red Cross in times of disaster or crisis.
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