Definition of 'join up'
Example sentences containing 'join up'
THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
And I'm staying on another two nights until it's convenient to join up with my sister-in-law in Cologne.THE QUEST FOR K
Why, when the war breaks out - I mean, if war comes, they'll be the first ones to join up and fight.WEEKEND FOR MURDER
Definition of join up from the Collins English Dictionary
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