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Synonyms of 'joint'

(adjective) 
Definition
shared by or belonging to two or more parties
They came to a joint decision as to where they would live.
Synonyms
shared
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mutual
The East and West can work together for mutual benefit.
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collective
It was a collective decision taken by the full board.
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communal
The inmates ate in a communal dining room.
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united
a united front against extreme poverty
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joined
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allied
forces from three allied nations
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combined
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corporate
Most boards wish to have an effective system of corporate governance.
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concerted
He says it is time for concerted action by world leaders.
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consolidated
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cooperative
The visit was intended to develop cooperative relations between the countries.
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collaborative
(noun) 
Definition
a junction of two or more parts or objects
Cut the stem just below a leaf joint.
Synonyms
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link
The metal links had to be sewn to the garment loop ring.
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connection
Check radiators for small leaks, especially round pipework connections.
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knot
One lace had broken and been tied in a knot.
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seam
The seam of her tunic was split from armpit to hem.
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hinge
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weld
The weld on the outlet pipe was visibly fractured.
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linkage
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intersection
at the intersection of two main canals
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articulation
the articulation of different modes of production
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nexus
The nexus between politicians, drugs, and corruption is universal.
(noun) 
Definition
a building or place of entertainment
(informal)  I took him to the best 24-hour pizza joint in New York.
Synonyms
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dive (informal)
We've played in all the dives about here.
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nightclub
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club
It's a big dance hit in the clubs
(noun) 
Definition
a cannabis cigarette
(informal)  She rolled a joint and handed it to me.
Synonyms
spliff
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reefer (informal)
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marijuana cigarette
,
cannabis cigarette
(verb) 
Definition
to provide a joint or joints
Synonyms
join
The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain.
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unite
They have agreed to unite their efforts to bring peace.
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fit
Fit hinge bolts to give support to the door lock.
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connect
Connect the machine to the mains.
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fasten
Use screws to fasten the shelf to the wall.
(verb) 
Definition
to cut or divide (meat) into joints
Synonyms
divide
the artificial line that divided the city
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segment
As clubs get more organised they'll segment their squads.
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sever
Oil was still gushing from the severed fuel line.
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cut up
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dissect
We dissected a frog in biology.
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dismember
He dismembered the body and buried it.
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sunder

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Additional synonyms

in the sense of allied
Definition
united by a common aim or common characteristics
forces from three allied nations
Synonyms
joined,
linked,
combined,
unified,
leagued,
amalgamated,
cooperating,
in league,
hand in glove (informal),
in cahoots (informal)
in the sense of articulation
Definition
a joint between bones or arthropod segments
the articulation of different modes of production
Synonyms
coupling,
jointing,
hinge,
in the sense of club
Definition
an establishment or regular event at which people dance to records
It's a big dance hit in the clubs
Synonyms
nightclub,
nightspot

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