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Connection vs. Conection

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Which is correct: Connection or Conection

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Connection
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Conection
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Connectionnoun

(uncountable) The act of connecting.

Conection

Misspelling of connection.

Connectionnoun

The point at which two or more things are connected.

‘the connection between overeating and obesity’; ‘My headache has no connection with me going out last night.’;

Connectionnoun

A feeling of understanding and ease of communication between two or more people.

‘As we were the only people in the room to laugh at the joke, I felt a connection between us.’;

Connectionnoun

An established communications or transportation link.

‘computers linked by a network connection’; ‘I was talking to him, but there was lightning and we lost the connection.’;

Connectionnoun

(transport) A transfer from one transportation vehicle to another in scheduled transportation service

‘The bus was late so he missed his connection at Penn Station and had to wait six hours for the next train.’;

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Connectionnoun

A kinship relationship between people.

Connectionnoun

An individual who is related to oneself.

‘I have some connections in Lancashire.’;

Connectionnoun

A set of sets that contains the empty set, all one-element sets for any element that is included in any of the sets, and the union of any group of sets that are elements where the intersections of those sets is non-empty.

Connectionnoun

; lack of disjointedness

Connectionnoun

The act of connecting, or the state of being connected; the act or process of bringing two things into contact; junction; union; as, the connection between church and state is inescapable; the connection of pipes of different diameters requires an adapter.

Connectionnoun

That which connects or joins together; bond; tie.

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Connectionnoun

any relationship between things or events; association; alliance; as, a causal connection between interest rates and stock prices.

‘He [Algazel] denied the possibility of a known connection between cause and effect.’; ‘The eternal and inseparable connection between virtue and happiness.’; ‘Any sort of connection which is perceived or imagined between two or more things.’;

Connectionnoun

A relation; esp. a person connected with another by marriage rather than by blood; - used in a loose and indefinite, and sometimes a comprehensive, sense.

Connectionnoun

The persons or things that are connected; as, a business connection; the Methodist connection.

‘Men elevated by powerful connection.’; ‘At the head of a strong parliamentary connection.’; ‘Whose names, forces, connections, and characters were perfectly known to him.’;

Connectionnoun

something that connects other objects.

Connectionnoun

usually plural) an acquaintance or acquaintances who are influential or in a position of power and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship); as, he has powerful connections.

Connectionnoun

a communications channel; as, my cell phone had a bad connection.

Connectionnoun

a vehicle in which one may continue a journey after debarking from another vehicle; the departing vehicle of a connection{9}; as, my connection leaves four hours after my arrival; I missed my connection.

Connectionnoun

the scheduled arrival of one vehicle and departure of a second, sufficiently close in time and place to allow the departing vehicle serve as a means of continuing a journey begun or continued in the first vehicle; as, we can get a connection at Newark to continue on to Paris; - most commonly used of airplanes, trains, and buses arriving and departing at the same terminal.

Connectionnoun

the transfer of a passenger from one vehicle to another to continue a journey; as, the connection was made in Copenhagen; - most commonly of scheduled transportation on common carriers.

Connectionnoun

a vendor who can supply desired materials at a favorable price, or under conditions when other sources are unavailable; as, to get a bargain from one's connection in the jewelry trade; to have connections for the purchase of marijuana; - often used in the pl..

Connectionnoun

the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination.

Connectionnoun

a relation between things or events (as in the case of one causing the other or sharing features with it);

‘there was a connection between eating that pickle and having that nightmare’;

Connectionnoun

the state of being connected;

‘the connection between church and state is inescapable’;

Connectionnoun

an instrumentality that connects;

‘he soldered the connection’; ‘he didn't have the right connector between the amplifier and the speakers’;

Connectionnoun

(usually plural) a person who is influential and to whom you are connected in some way (as by family or friendship);

‘he has powerful connections’;

Connectionnoun

the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination;

‘conditioning is a form of learning by association’;

Connectionnoun

a connecting shape

Connectionnoun

a supplier (especially of narcotics)

Connectionnoun

shifting from one form of transportation to another;

‘the plane was late and he missed his connection in Atlanta’;

Connectionnoun

the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication);

‘the joining of hands around the table’; ‘there was a connection via the internet’;

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