Attaching [verb]

Definition of Attaching:

join, fasten

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Sentence/Example of Attaching:

Perlman declined to shared the hard dollar figures attached to the percentage revenue gain, and compared to what base.

Most surgical masks have one, and you can easily attach bands to cloth face coverings—either homemade or store-bought.

Instead, there are question marks attached to almost every potential lottery pick.

The modern version consists of a fiberglass pole with a threaded tip, which allows different spear heads to be attached depending on the type of fish you’re targeting and the environment you’re fishing.

Axiom plans to launch a habitat module to attach to the ISS in 2024, which is supposed to be just the first part of a larger private space station to be constructed and assembled throughout the rest of the decade.

The authors discovered these new findings in a 99 million-year-old piece of amber from Myanmar, where one of these new albies, called Yaksha perettii, left a preserved skull with bits of soft tissue still attached.

First trying to decide what it is that I wanted to do next and then having to deal with the civilian sector after having been attached to the military for so long.

Hopkins agreed to attach his name to the allegations late last week.

“I came from the same town where he was born,” she recalls, “so he was really attached to my Neapolitan slang.”

When humans consume psilocybin, our bodies quickly convert it to psilocin, which attaches to some of our serotonin receptors.