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 Translation for 'to join' from English to Greek
VERB   to join | joined | joined
joining | joins
SYNO articulation | join | joint | ...
to joinενώνω
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Translation for 'to join' from English to Greek

to join
ενώνω
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Usage Examples English
  • Massoud wanted to convince the Taliban to join a political process leading towards democratic elections in a foreseeable future.
  • The main advantage of AppleTalk was that it was completely maintenance-free. To join a device to a network, a user simply plugged the adaptor into the machine, then connected a cable from it to any free port on any other adaptor.
  • The same survey showed that AA received 32% of its membership from other members, another 32% from treatment facilities, 30% were self-motivated to attend AA, 12% of its membership from court-ordered attendance, and only 1% of AA members decided to join based on information obtained from the Internet.
  • In the first ten years of the league's existence, Cimon/Kimon forced Karystos in Euboea to join the league, conquered the island of Skyros and sent Athenian colonists there.
  • During the same council, Ānanda was charged for an offense by members of the "saṅgha" for having enabled women to join the monastic order.

  • It certainly maintained strong Phoenician sympathies, for it was its refusal to join the philhellene league of Onesilos of Salamis which provoked the revolt of Cyprus from Achaemenid Persia in 500-494 BC, when Amathus was besieged unsuccessfully and avenged itself by the capture and execution of Onesilos.
  • The ashes were brought to Ostia, from where they were carried up the Tiber and brought to the Campus Martius, from where equestrians placed them on briers to join the ashes of Germanicus in the mausoleum of Augustus.
  • Alcuin's intellectual curiosity allowed him to be reluctantly persuaded to join Charlemagne's court.
  • Second, Thales would probably have found it easier to convince the Ionian city-states to join in a federation in order to push the Median threat away if he possessed such a tool.
  • After Zeus urged Apollo to join the war, he went to the battlefield.

  • On June 18, 2022, the Apple Store in Towson, Maryland became the first to unionize in the U.S., with the employees voting to join the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
  • The schemes began to collapse in late 1996, leading many of the investors to join initially peaceful protests against the government, requesting their money back.
  • To prevent Polk from dissipating his forces by allowing some men to join a partisan group, Johnston ordered him to send Brig. Gen. Gideon Pillow and 5,000 men to Fort Donelson.
  • All AMPAS members must be invited to join by the Board of Governors, on behalf of Academy Branch Executive Committees.
  • Paul summoned Titus from Crete to join him at Nicopolis in Epirus. Later, Titus traveled to Dalmatia. The New Testament does not record his death.

  • whom Wagner has characterized as the most German of German composers, is said to have refused to join the Ludlamshöhle (Ludlam's cave), a social club of which Salieri was a member, and avoided having anything to do with him.
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