MONICA: For that you would join an evening class and have a lecture twice a week.
The repair was done so well you could hardly see the join.
This road joins the motorway at junction 16.
Do you know the highway to Tulsa? The airport road joins it.
The Missouri joins the Mississippi at St Louis.
She flew out to join him in Africa.
I'll join you later.
I'm going to join the ski club.
We both joined the Labour Party.
She joined a dance company which took her around the world.
He joined the army five years ago.
Telephone operators joined the strike.
The pastor requested the women present to join him in prayer.
Do you mind if I join you?
They went off to join the queue for coffee.
I joined the line and waited.
The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain.
The conjunctiva joins the eye to the lid.
It has a dormer roof joining both gable ends.
`And' is frequently used to join two sentences.
Draw a straight line joining these two points.
vi. to join battle：参战；开始交战
The two fleets joined battle.
vi. to join duty：销假报到；复工
Hundreds of Indian jawans were on their way to join duty in the state.
vi. to join hands：合掌；双手合十；牵手；拉手；携手合作；齐心协力
Murphy dropped his hoe and joined hands in prayer.
She and I joined hands.
We should join hands to fight the real enemy!
Naomi joined hands with other writers in an organization called the Authors' World Peace Appeal.
The two streams join and form a river.
In his fifth season at the club, he is no more able to hold down a regular place than he was when he joined.
It has been two years since the companies joined.
In the 14th century Poland joined with Lithuania to form a mighty realm, which included the entire Ukraine.
The tribes joined to battle their common enemy.
n. = union【数】
vt. = adjoin<非正式>