Join

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Definition

to join: to connect, to accompany, to meet, to become a member of
verb
May I join you? May I sit next to you OR May I come with you?
Come join us for drinks. Come for a drink with us.

Join us (if you'd like)!: Come and accompany us (if you want to)!
idiom
Pronunciation examples
UK: Would you like to join me on the sofa?
US: Lucy will be joining us later this evening.

Examples

  • "Brian : But Bruno, I joined the navy."
  • "Glenn : Bruno, we're joined by Scott McCully, the consultant from New Zealand."
  • "Thank you all for joining me on this conference call."
  • "I bet they want me to join the bureau to protect the country."
  • "'Cause If I'm going to join the FBI, there'd better be some kissing."
  • "Anyway Edward, I am off to join the bureau."
  • "If you hang on the line I'll see if I can get a contact of mine to join us."
  • "I know I'm sending this at short notice, but I was thinking of organising a picnic this weekend, and I'd like you all to join me."

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