Meaning of LINK in English

up [phrasal verb] [I or M] - to form a connection, esp. in order to work or operate togetherThere's no point buying a computer that can't be linked up to the other machines in the office. [T]The organization's aim is to link up people from all over the country who are suffering from the disease. [T]After years of rivalry, the two companies have decided to link up for a multi-million pound research project. [I]We offer advice to Polish companies who want to link up with Western businesses. [I]Sometimes two or three separate traffic jams get longer and longer until they all link up. [I]

Cambridge English vocab.      Кембриджский английский словарь.