Connection [noun]

Definition of Connection:

person who aids another in achieving goal

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Sentence/Example of Connection:

With h2, Googlebot is able to open a single TCP connection to the server and efficiently transfer multiple files over it in parallel, instead of requiring multiple connections.

According to one of three indictments unsealed on Wednesday, defendant Jiang Lizhi boasted of his connections to China’s Ministry of State Security and claimed it provided him with legal protection “unless something very big happens.”

Whether you have the Google Assistant or Siri, you can manage your network connections by saying “turn Wi-Fi off” or “turn Wi-Fi on,” which works with Bluetooth, too.

Before Covid-19 connections and money could buy almost anyone the right to live pretty much anywhere they wanted.

In these different drawings, the connections remain the same, but the edges might be in different positions relative to one another.

Those who have a military connection can enroll in USAA and some credit unions also have insurance programs.

Inspiration and ideas cut across industries, and you never know who you’ll meet at Disrupt — and where those connections might lead.

Rather, he’s looking forward to more work from Long that could strengthen the connection.

Overlay this information with your training log to spot connections between the menstrual cycle and workouts and races.

It was afterwards used as a schoolroom in connection with Winfield's factory.