Definitions of "join"
  1. The act of merging together to create a single entity
  2. The process of aligning one's interests, particularly in a legal context
  3. The act of compelling or directing someone to become a participant in a lawsuit
  4. The act of becoming an active participant in something
  5. The process of amalgamating or coming together to form a single unit or entity
  6. The act of starting to take part or get involved in something
How to use "join" in a sentence
  1. Mary decided to join the lawsuit as a co-plaintiff.
  2. The two firms will join to form a larger entity, after the board's approval.
  3. In order to strengthen their case, the plaintiffs were advised to join their respective lawsuits.

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