- to-be next to; be contiguous to: residential property that adjoins ours.
- To attach: "I do adjoin a copy of the letter that I have received” ( John Fowles).
- to participate or unite to; to lay contiguous to; to stay connection with; to attach; to append.
- To lie or perhaps after that, or in contact; become contiguous.
- To join one's self.
- To be in contact or connection with.
- to increase an algebraic object (e.g. a field, a ring, etc.) by adding to it (a feature perhaps not belonging to it) and all finite power variety of (the element).
- lie adjacent to another otherwise share a boundary
- maintain direct actual connection with; make contact
- connect or add
- To join on or add; unite; annex or append.
- is contiguous to or in contact with: as, their residence adjoins the lake; a field adjoining the yard.
- to-be contiguous; rest or be after that, or perhaps in contact: with to: as, “a farm adjoining into highway,” Blackstone. To approach; join.
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