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adjoin (verb), adjoins; adjoined; adjoining
1. To be next to; to attach something to another object, area, etc.: For the winter, Jane adjoined the two sections of the duvet together forming a nice warm covering for her bed.
2. To be in contact with another building, room, area, etc.: The town church adjoins or is linked with the cemetery.
3. To share a common border with something, especially an area of land: The two families have gardens that adjoin each other.
4. Etymology: from Latin adjunctus, "closely connected, joined, united"; as a noun, "a characteristic, an essential attribute"; adjungere, "join to"; from ad-, "to" + jungere, "to bind together".
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