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interconnect

verb
     
in‧ter‧con‧nect [intransitive]
1 if two systems, places etc are interconnected, or if they interconnect, they are joined together:
a series of interconnected lakes
interconnecting rooms
Our operating system can now interconnect with other networks.
2 if two facts, ideas, events etc are interconnected, or if they interconnect, they are related and one is affected by or caused by the other:
In Freud's theory, the two areas of sexuality and violence are interconnected.
a number of separate but interconnected issues
interconnection noun [uncountable and countable]
the interconnection between rich and poor countries

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