Meaning of CONCATENATE in English

CONCATENATE

I. (ˈ)kän|kad.ənə̇t, kənˈk-, -atən-, -at ə n-, usu -ə̇d.+V adjective

Etymology: Middle English concatenat, from Late Latin concatenatus

: linked together

II. känˈkad.əˌnāt, kən-, -atəˌnāt, -at ə nˌāt, usu -ād.+V transitive verb

( -ed/-ing/-s )

Etymology: Late Latin concatenatus, past participle of concatenare, from Latin com- + catenare to chain, from catena chain — more at chain

: to link together : unite in a series or chain

the present work comprises five essays nicely concatenated — Richard Hocking

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