Synonyms of join in English:

join


See definition of join

verb

1‘the two parts of the mould are joined with clay’

SYNONYMS
connect, unite, fix, affix, attach, add, annex, fasten, stick, glue, fuse, knit, weld, amalgamate, consolidate, combine, bond, append, link, bridge, secure, lock, make fast, tie, bind, string, lash, couple, marry, pair, yoke, team, chain, merge, dovetail, splice, blend
formal conjoin
ANTONYMS

separate

2‘here the path joins a major road’

SYNONYMS
meet, touch, reach, extend to, abut, adjoin, border, border on, converge, converge with
rejoin
ANTONYMS

leave

3‘I'm off to join the search party’

SYNONYMS
become a member of, help in, participate in, join in, get involved in, contribute to, have a hand in
enlist, enlist in, join up, join up with, sign up, sign up with, affiliate to, team up, team up with, join forces, join forces with, play a part, play a part in
band together, get together, ally
ANTONYMS

leave


noun

1‘a previous owner sealed the join between the bathtub and the wall with putty’

SYNONYMS
joint, junction, juncture, intersection, link, linkage, connection, nexus
weld, knot, seam
coupling, coupler
bracket, brace, hinge
commissure, suture

Phrases

    join up

    ‘he joined up in 1939, becoming an RAF officer’


    SYNONYMS

    enlist, join

    enrol in, sign up for, volunteer for

    British archaic

    take the King's shilling