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Connective vs. Connected

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Connectiveadjective

Serving or tending to connect; connecting.

Connectedadjective

(usually with "well-"): Having favorable rapport with a powerful entity.

Connectivenoun

That which connects.

Connectedadjective

Having relationships; involved with others.

Connectivenoun

(logic) A function that operates on truth values to give another truth value.

Connectedadjective

(North America) involved with organized crime, specifically someone not (yet) working for a crime organization, but referred to as a "friend" by made guys/wise guys inside the organization.

Connectivenoun

(grammar) A word used to connect words, clauses and sentences, most commonly applied to conjunctions.

Connectedadjective

Intimate; Having bonds of affection.

Connectivenoun

(botany) The tissue which connects the locules of an anthers together.

Connectedadjective

That cannot be partitioned into two nonempty open sets.

Connectivenoun

A connective tissue.

Connectedadjective

Having a path, either directed or undirected, connecting every pair of vertices.

‘In a connected graph, there is no section (proper subset that includes all edges from each vertex in said subset) of the graph that is isolated from the rest.’;

Connectiveadjective

Connecting, or adapted to connect; involving connection.

Connectedadjective

Having or supporting connections, especially when through technology such as networking software or a transportation network.

Connectivenoun

That which connects

Connectedverb

simple past tense and past participle of connect

Connectivenoun

an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences

Connected

p. p. of connect.

Connectivenoun

an instrumentality that connects;

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

Connected

being joined in close association.

Connectiveadjective

connecting or tending to connect;

‘connective remarks between chapters’; ‘connective tissue in animals’; ‘conjunctive tissue in plants’;

Connected

connected by a conductor so as to allow the flow of electric signals.

Connected

legato.

Connected

associated with or accompanying.

Connected

stored in, controlled by, or in direct communication with a central computer.

Connected

switched on.

Connected

having some relation.

Connectedadjective

being joined in close association;

‘affiliated clubs’; ‘all art schools whether independent or attached to universities’;

Connectedadjective

joined or linked together

Connectedadjective

related to or accompanying;

‘Christmas and associated festivities’;

Connectedadjective

wired together to an alarm system;

‘all the window alarms are connected’;

Connectedadjective

plugged in;

‘first check to see whether the appliance is connected’;

Connectedadjective

stored in, controlled by, or in direct communication with a central computer

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