Definition of 'conjunction'
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Perhaps there is bathos in the conjunction, but there was consolation in both. TESTIMONIES (1990)It was a conjunction of two people at once unlikely and yet inevitable. COFFIN IN FASHION (1990)
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Translations for 'conjunction'
British English: conjunction /kənˈdʒʌŋkʃən/ NOUN
A conjunction of two or more things is the occurrence of them at the same time or place.
...the conjunction of two events.
- American English: conjunction
- Arabic: اِرْتِباط
- Brazilian Portuguese: conjunção
- Chinese: 同时发生
- Croatian: stjecaj
- Czech: spojka
- Danish: sammentræf
- Dutch: samenhang
- European Spanish: conjunción
- Finnish: yhdistäminen
- French: conjonction
- German: Verbindung
- Greek: σύνδεση
- Italian: congiunzione
- Japanese: 結合
- Korean: 접속사
- Norwegian: konjunksjon
- Polish: połączenie zbieg
- European Portuguese: conjunção
- Romanian: conjuncție
- Russian: соединение
- Spanish: conjunción
- Swedish: förening
- Thai: การเกิดขึ้นร่วมกัน
- Turkish: bağlantı
- Ukrainian: збіг
- Vietnamese: sự kết hợp
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