Connect:bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established. eg. “the electrodes were connected to a recording device”
attach, join, fasten, fix, affix, couple, link, bridge, secure, make fast, tie, tie up, bind, fetter, strap, rope, tether, truss, lash, hitch, moor, anchor, yoke, chain;
- join together so as to provide access and communication.
- link to a power or water supply
- associate or relate (something) in some respect.
- form a relationship or feel an affinity.
- provide or have a link or relationship with
- Late Middle English from Latin connectere, from con- ‘together’ + nectere ‘bind’.
It is amazing how one can work with someone or know someone for years and never make deeper connections. Then you chat with a complete stranger you have never even seen and in minutes you have found a friend lost since another lifetime. (and of course when they offer…