Definition of 'attach'
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I like to leave them attached so that people can rip them apart to eat them. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She will have the power to block or approve the deal, or waive it through with conditions attached. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was still attached to it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)People will also be able to monitor his progress online via a GPS unit attached to his wetsuit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Other households are given between 7 and 11 a month without any conditions attached. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Mrs May's goal must be to establish a rapport with a president who attaches more importance to personal relations than policy detail. Times, Sunday Times (2017) People become very attached to their pets. The Allergy Handbook (1988)The question therefore is how much importance ministers attached to security and how this was defined. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Various conditions are attached to the payment of each benefit. Introduction to Social Administration in Britain (1990)This judgment attaches too much significance to an essentially minor figure. King Edward VIII - The Official Biography (1990)Now cut two shorter strips of tape and attach them either side of your nose. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This belief may cause them to attach no legal significance to the marriage ceremony. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The infant was rushed to hospital still attached to the bowl. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He will be attached to frontline units including fighter aircraft and search and rescue. The Sun (2008)Valid tickets must be attached to the vehicle or handed to the driver. The Sun (2006)It only becomes the biggest game of your career if you attach that importance to it. The Sun (2015)There are conditions attached to the receipt of unemployment benefits but they should be more stringent. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is many moves before any significance can be attached to this thrust. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The creature is well preserved and still has tusks attached to its skull. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But people become very attached to objects and derive solace from them. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But their peoples attached enormous symbolic importance to their presence. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The conditions attached to loans were often austere. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There are a lot of other women who go out on the ground if they are attached to units. The Sun (2010)Our solicitor brought this to our attention just prior to completion but did not attach much significance to it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Because either it was attached, in which case it came loose somehow. The Sun (2013)You must remain attached, understand its complexities and know when to get into the detail. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Which was just as well because the button you'd just attached often came adrift again in a matter of moments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'attach'
British English: attach /əˈtætʃ/ VERB
If you attach something to an object, you join it or fasten it to the object.
Attach the sticker to your car window.
- American English: attach
- Arabic: يُرْفِقُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: juntar
- Chinese: 附上
- Croatian: pričvrstiti
- Czech: připevnit
- Danish: fastgøre
- Dutch: hechten
- European Spanish: sujetar
- Finnish: kiinnittää
- French: attacher
- German: befestigen
- Greek: συνδέω
- Italian: attaccare
- Japanese: 取り付ける
- Korean: 붙이다
- Norwegian: feste sammenføye
- Polish: przymocować
- European Portuguese: juntar
- Romanian: a lipi
- Russian: прикреплять
- Spanish: adjuntar
- Swedish: bifoga
- Thai: ติดกัน
- Turkish: iliştirmek
- Ukrainian: приєднувати
- Vietnamese: gắn
Definition of attach from the Collins English Dictionary
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