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connector

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconnectorcon‧nec‧tor /kəˈnektə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  an object which is used to join two pieces of equipment together
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connectorYou then push the cable connector on to one side of the T-connector and give the lock ring a twist.As Windows looks at it, your modem is just another kind of network connector.This was traced to the main power connector, where the plug hadn't been properly pushed home.Some types have one plain end to take a second connector Elbows for taking pipes around corners.A further four days had elapsed and both Patrick and Tracey were playing with the connector rods.Two pipes are then attached to this connector.
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