join

join
I [dʒɔɪn]
nome giuntura f., giunzione f.
II 1. [dʒɔɪn]
verbo transitivo
1) (meet up with) raggiungere, unirsi a [person]

may I join you? — (sit down) posso sedermi accanto a lei?

would you like to join us? — ti piacerebbe venire con noi?

2) (go to the end of) mettersi alla fine di [row]; aggiungersi a [list]

to join the queue — mettersi in coda

3) (become a member of) diventare membro di [organization, team]; entrare in, diventare socio di [club]; iscriversi a [class]; aderire a, diventare membro di [church]

to join the army — entrare nell'esercito, arruolarsi

to join a union — iscriversi a un sindacato

join the club! — benvenuto nel club! sei in buona compagnia!

4) (become part of) unirsi a [crowd, rush]
5) (become employee) entrare in [firm]

to join Ford — diventare un dipendente della Ford

6) (participate in) join in
7) (associate with) unirsi a [person] (to do, in doing per fare); (professionally) unirsi a, associarsi a [colleague] (to do, in doing per fare)

to join forces with — (merge) allearsi con; (cooperate) cooperare, collaborare con

8) (board) salire su [train]; salire a bordo di [ship]
9) (attach) unire, collegare [ends, pieces]; congiungere [parts]
10) (link) collegare [points, towns]

to join hands — prendersi per mano; fig. unirsi, collaborare

11) (merge with) [road] confluire in [motorway]; [river] gettarsi in [sea]
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (become member) (of party) aderire, iscriversi; (of club) associarsi; (of group, class) iscriversi
2) (meet) [pieces] unirsi, collegarsi; [wires] raccordarsi, congiungersi; [roads] congiungersi, confluire
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[‹oin] 1. verb
1) ((often with up, on etc) to put together or connect: The electrician joined the wires (up) wrongly; You must join this piece (on) to that piece; He joined the two stories together to make a play; The island is joined to the mainland by a sandbank at low tide.) unire, collegare
2) (to connect (two points) eg by a line, as in geometry: Join point A to point B.) unire
3) (to become a member of (a group): Join our club!) iscriversi; associarsi
4) ((sometimes with up) to meet and come together (with): This lane joins the main road; Do you know where the two rivers join?; They joined up with us for the remainder of the holiday.) unirsi
5) (to come into the company of: I'll join you later in the restaurant.) raggiungere
2. noun
(a place where two things are joined: You can hardly see the joins in the material.) giuntura
- join hands
- join in
- join up
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join /dʒɔɪn/
n.
1 giuntura; punto di giunzione
2 (comput.) join (in un database, connessione tra due o più tabelle con dati correlati): join operator, operatore di join.
♦ (to) join /dʒɔɪn/
A v. t.
1 congiungere; unire; collegare; connettere: to join one thing to another, collegare una cosa con un'altra; to join forces, unire le forze; A wooden bridge joins the two halves of the village, un ponte di legno collega le due metà del paese; to join a man and a woman in marriage, unire un uomo e una donna in matrimonio
2 unirsi a; raggiungere: Let's join the others, uniamoci agli altri; raggiungiamo gli altri; Later we were joined by Tom, più tardi ci raggiunse Tom; Will you join us for a drink?, vieni a bere qualcosa con noi?; Do you mind if I join you?, posso unirmi a voi?; vi dispiace se vengo anch'io?; I'll join you later, ti raggiungerò più tardi; to join a demonstration, unirsi a una dimostrazione di protesta; to join a queue, mettersi in fila
3 entrare a far parte di; iscriversi a; aderire a; arruolarsi in: He joined the firm in 2002, è entrato nell'azienda (o è stato assunto) nel 2002; to join a company, entrare a far parte di una società; to join a club [a party], iscriversi a un circolo [a un partito]; to join the army, arruolarsi nell'esercito; to join a church, diventare membro di una chiesa; aderire a una chiesa
4 (di strada) immettersi in; sboccare su: The path eventually joins the main road, il sentiero sbocca sulla strada principale
5 (di fiume) confluire in; sfociare in; gettarsi in: The Cam River joins the Ouse, il fiume Cam si getta nell'Ouse
6 unirsi a; associarsi a: My colleagues join me in thanking you, i miei colleghi si associano a me nel ringraziarti
7 (di luogo) essere adiacente (o contiguo) a
8 (sport) trasferirsi a: He joined Arsenal, è andato a giocare con l'Arsenal
B v. i.
1 congiungersi; unirsi; riunirsi; confluire: Where do these two streams join (each other)?, dove confluiscono questi due corsi d'acqua?
2 associarsi; consociarsi
3 essere attiguo; essere adiacente
to join battle with the enemy, attaccare battaglia □ (fam.) Join the club!, sei in compagnia!; non sei il solo!; anch'io! □ to join forces with sb., unire le proprie forze a quelle di q.; associarsi (o collaborare) con q.to join hands, giungere le mani; prendersi per mano; (fig.) associarsi in un'impresa, collaborare (con q.) □ (fam.) to join the party, unirsi agli altri; essere della partita □ to join the ranks of…, andare a ingrossare le file di… □ to join sb.'s side, passare dalla parte di q. □ (fam. USA) to be joined at the hip, (di due persone) essere inseparabili □ (radio, TV: di presentatore a un ospite) «Thanks for joining us!», «grazie d'essere con noi».
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I [dʒɔɪn]
nome giuntura f., giunzione f.
II 1. [dʒɔɪn]
verbo transitivo
1) (meet up with) raggiungere, unirsi a [person]

may I join you? — (sit down) posso sedermi accanto a lei?

would you like to join us? — ti piacerebbe venire con noi?

2) (go to the end of) mettersi alla fine di [row]; aggiungersi a [list]

to join the queue — mettersi in coda

3) (become a member of) diventare membro di [organization, team]; entrare in, diventare socio di [club]; iscriversi a [class]; aderire a, diventare membro di [church]

to join the army — entrare nell'esercito, arruolarsi

to join a union — iscriversi a un sindacato

join the club! — benvenuto nel club! sei in buona compagnia!

4) (become part of) unirsi a [crowd, rush]
5) (become employee) entrare in [firm]

to join Ford — diventare un dipendente della Ford

6) (participate in) join in
7) (associate with) unirsi a [person] (to do, in doing per fare); (professionally) unirsi a, associarsi a [colleague] (to do, in doing per fare)

to join forces with — (merge) allearsi con; (cooperate) cooperare, collaborare con

8) (board) salire su [train]; salire a bordo di [ship]
9) (attach) unire, collegare [ends, pieces]; congiungere [parts]
10) (link) collegare [points, towns]

to join hands — prendersi per mano; fig. unirsi, collaborare

11) (merge with) [road] confluire in [motorway]; [river] gettarsi in [sea]
2.
verbo intransitivo
1) (become member) (of party) aderire, iscriversi; (of club) associarsi; (of group, class) iscriversi
2) (meet) [pieces] unirsi, collegarsi; [wires] raccordarsi, congiungersi; [roads] congiungersi, confluire

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