Meaning of ATTACH in English
(~es, ~ing, ~ed)
Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English.
If you ~ something to an object, you join it or fasten it to the object.
The gadget can be ~ed to any vertical surface...
The astronauts will ~ a motor that will boost the satellite into its proper orbit...
For further information, please contact us on the ~ed form.
VERB: V n to n, V n, V-ed
If someone ~es himself or herself to you, they join you and stay with you, often without being invited to do so.
Natasha ~ed herself to the film crew filming at her orphanage.
VERB: V pron-refl to n
If people ~ a quality to someone or something, or if it ~es to them, people consider that they have that quality.
The authorities ~ed much significance to his visit.
...the magic that still ~es to the word ‘spy’.
...the stigma ~ed to mental illness.
VERB: V n to n, V to n, V-ed
If you ~ conditions to something such as an agreement, you state that specific things must be done before the agreement is valid.
Activists are pressing the banks to ~ political conditions to the signing of any new agreement...
VERB: V n to n
In computing, if you ~ a file to a message that you send to someone, you send it with the message but separate from it.
It is possible to ~ executable program files to e-mail.
VERB: V n to n
no strings ~ed: see string
see also ~ed
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