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Connection Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
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connection - Wiktionary.
From Middle English conneccioun, connexioun, conneccyon, conneccion, from Latin connexionem nominative connexio a conclusion, binding together from connectō, an alternative spelling of cōnectō I bind together, from compound of co- together and nectō I bind. In American English mid-18c, spelling shifted from connexion to connection equivalent to connect -ion thus making connexion British dated and connection in international use.
Connection - Wikipedia.
Affine connection, a geometric object on a smooth manifold which connects nearby tangent spaces. Levi-Civita connection, used in differential geometry and general relativity; differentiates a vector field along another vector field. Connection The Green Children album, 2013. Connection Don Ellis album, 1972.
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Connections is the plural of connection. Connections may also refer to.: Connections: An Investigation into Organized Crime in Canada, a documentary television series. Connections British documentary, a documentary television series and book by science historian James Burke. Connections game show, a British game show of the 1980s.
Connection - definition of connection by The Free Dictionary.
fig: link Zusammenhang m, Beziehung f with zu; in this connection in diesem Zusammenhang; in connection with in Zusammenhang mit. relationship, business connection Beziehung f, Verbindung f with zu; family connection familiäre Beziehung; old, form: relative entfernter Verwandter, entfernte Verwandte; to have connection s Beziehungen haben; there is some family connection sie/wir etc sind weitläufig miteinander verwandt.

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