V pl-n with together
The 'tie' group
These verbs are concerned with fastening two or more things together, physically or metaphorically.
bind bolt bond (usu passive) chain (usu passive) clamp (usu passive) clip connect couple (usu passive) fasten (usu passive) fit fuse glue (usu passive) join knit knot lash rope (usu passive) sandwich sew solder (usu passive) splice stick stitch tack tie twist weave weld yoke
The Town Hall columns themselves are made up of individual drums that are clamped together in the ancient manner.
Two plastic sheets were sandwiched together, with a film of wax in between.
They pushed me down on a bed and tied my hands together so that I couldn't get at the blindfold.
Bragg weaves together the histories of his main characters and links in some strong personalities from the fields he knows best.
Plato strips the frames of the two standard bikes, welds them together and reassembles the finished product.