[ kon-kat-n-eyt ]
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Part of Speech verb
Origin + Etymology
Late 15th century; Latin from late Latin concatenat- ‘linked together’, from the verb concatenare, from con- ‘together’ + catenare, from catena ‘chain’
  • chain
  • connect
  • couple
  • integrate
  • join
  • string
  • disconnect
  • disjoin
  • divide
  • separate
link (things) together in a chain or series
A) We were able to concatenate two short chains to make one long chain. B) Some words can be concatenated together.
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