[k_ə_n_dʒ_ˈʌ_ŋ_k_ʃ_ə_n], [kənd͡ʒˈʌŋkʃən], [kənd‍ʒˈʌŋkʃən]

Definitions of conjunction:

  1.   something that joins or connects
  2.   A joining; combination; league.
  3.   Union; association; connection; the apparent meeting of two or more stars or planets; a word used to connect sentences or words.
  4.   the state of being joined together
  5.   the grammatical relation between linguistic units ( words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
  6.   A connective or connecting word; an indeclinable word which serves to join together sentences, clauses of a sentence, or words; as, and, but, if.
  7.   Union; connection; in astron., the meeting of two or more planets in the same part of the heavens, or in the direct line of the eye, as the moon with the sun at new moon; in gram., a joining or connecting word.
  8.   The nearest apparent approach of two heavenly bodies to each other.
  9.   A part of speech that connects words, clauses, and sentences.
  10.   an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
  11.   the temporal property of two things happening at the same time; " the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable"
  12.   The act of conjoining, or the state of being conjoined, united, or associated; union; association; league.
  13.   Act of joining; connection; union; part of speech that connects words and clauses.
  14.   Connection, union: ( gram.) a word that connects sentences, clauses, and words.
  15.   The meeting of two or more stars or planets in the same degree of the zodiac; as, the conjunction of the moon with the sun, or of Jupiter and Saturn. See the Note under Aspect, n., 6.
  16.   ( astronomy) apparent meeting or passing of two or more celestial bodies in the same degree of the zodiac
  17.   Union; connection; the state of being seen in the same part of the heavens; a connecting word.

Antonyms for conjunction:

disintegration, separation, isolation, dissolution, independence, bifurcation, divergence, division, scission, fractionalization, Sundering, cleavage, fractionation, solitude, breakup, disunion, schism, partition.

Quotes for conjunction:

  1. I don't think HBO would want to do anything in conjunction with Sub Pop but I never asked either. – David Cross
  2. Many people see technology as the problem behind the so -called digital divide. Others see it as the solution. Technology is neither. It must operate in conjunction with business, economic, political and social system. – Carly Fiorina
  3. Harvard is first and foremost a university and not a consulting operation, and our job here is to teach and to research and to create knowledge on Asia in conjunction and in cooperation with scholars as well as with political, intellectual, and cultural leaders in Asia. – William Kirby
  4. God joins us together by means of the body, in consequence of the laws of the communication of movements. He affects us with the same feelings in consequence of the laws of the conjunction of body and soul. – Nicolas Malebranche
  5. He has willed- He wills incessantly- that the modifications of the mind and those of the body shall be reciprocal. This is the conjunction and the natural dependence of the two parts of which we are constituted. – Nicolas Malebranche
  6. We host some trips all over the world. We go to Alaska. We go to Mexico. We're going to Venezuela in December. We've been to Russia, all in conjunction with the radio show. – Martin Milner
  7. Being a former dancer, classical dancer, it informed me as a human being just in terms of the grace I guess. Ballet is a very graceful form of art. You also become very aware of your body and your mind and your body is working in conjunction That kind of helps you in acting as well. It's not only using your mind, it's like making your mind communicate this character into your body so that you can bring it to life and physicalize it. – Zoe Saldana
  8. We ought not to be looking for something spectacular but rather develop a plan in conjunction with the White House to work our way out of this problem over the next six weeks. – Robert Teeter

Usage examples for conjunction:

  1. Nor is the occurrence of flint arrow heads and knives, in conjunction with other evidences of human life, conclusive proof as to the antiquity of the latter. ” – The Earth as Modified by Human Action by George P. Marsh
  2. He was positive that these two had acted in conjunction – A Rock in the Baltic by Robert Barr
  3. Twice we have found Philip mentioned in conjunction with him. ” – The Gospel According to St. Mark by G. A. Chadwick
  4. In English she was a link, a social conjunction she eased all difficulties, she pieced all threads. ” – Lady Rose's Daughter by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  5. On the other hand Raphael and Michael Angelo do present the glorious conjunction of genius with the lines of character. ” – Modeste Mignon by Honore de Balzac
  6. “ I suppose it is rather overwhelming, she said; a conjunction like that. ” – Mary Wollaston by Henry Kitchell Webster
  7. Can you determine from the figure the time at which Jupiter comes to the meridian at other dates than opposition and conjunction – A Text-Book of Astronomy by George C. Comstock
  8. Hardly anything, I believe, can be more rare than this conjunction – The Subjection of Women by John Stuart Mill
  9. There are other things to be taken in conjunction with it, but yet it remains true that the woe of a languid Christianity attaches to the men who, being professing Christians, are silent when they should speak, and idle when they should work. ” – Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V) by Alexander Maclaren
  10. And an elegant table with a handsome and brilliant company about it is a common conjunction in this country. ” – The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner by Charles Dudley Warner
  11. “ A secret treaty was signed at Dover on December 31, 1670, between Louis and Charles, by which the latter agreed, on being called upon to do so, to declare war upon Holland in conjunction with the French. ” – History of Holland by George Edmundson
  12. M. de Bouillon assured me that the Spaniards would not enter upon French ground till we engaged ourselves not to lay down our arms except in conjunction with them; that is, in a treaty for a general peace; but our difficulty was how to enter into an engagement of that nature at a time when we could not be sure but that the Parliament might conclude a particular peace the next moment. ” – The Memoirs of Cardinal de Retz, Complete by Jean Francois Paul de Gondi, Cardinal de Retz
  13. We must now follow Captain Scott's and Bowers's party, who, in conjunction engaged on the problem of getting five ponies and two dog teams to Hut Point. ” – South with Scott by Edward R. G. R. Evans
  14. When I took you up to your room in the turret, I placed you under my influence and under the influence of four other brains acting in conjunction with myself. ” – The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance by Marie Corelli
  15. The conjunction que is occasionally omitted after decir. ” – Novelas Cortas by Pedro Antonio de Alarcón
  16. The strongest battery he raised against me was what he did with the Secretary of State, who held that post in conjunction with the Marchioness of Prunai's brother. ” – The Autobiography of Madame Guyon by Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon
  17. 3. 19. 8: The conjunction of the subordinate clause is often preceded by one or two words, sometimes by a larger number. ” – Selections from Viri Romae by Charles François L'Homond
  18. Her companion looked at the charming child, to whom Lord Petherton was talking with evident kindness and gaiety- a conjunction that evidently excited Mitchy's interest. ” – The Awkward Age by Henry James
  19. The cost and food value of meals are considered in conjunction with their preparation. ” – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer

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