linked Definition

  • 1connected or related to something else
  • 2having a connection to the internet

Using linked: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "linked" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The two issues are closely linked.

  • Example

    The article is linked to several other related topics.

  • Example

    I can't access my email because my computer is not linked to the internet.

  • Example

    The company's new product is linked to their existing line of services.

linked Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with linked

  • connected or associated with


    The disease is linked to exposure to asbestos.

  • a data structure consisting of a sequence of nodes, each containing a reference to the next


    A linked list is often used to implement a queue or stack in computer science.

  • structured data that is interlinked with other data on the web


    Linked data allows for more efficient and effective sharing of information across different platforms.


Summary: linked in Brief

The term 'linked' [lɪŋkt] refers to something that is connected or related to another thing. It can describe a close relationship between two issues or products, as in 'The two issues are closely linked,' or a connection to the internet, as in 'I can't access my email because my computer is not linked to the internet.' 'Linked' also extends into technical contexts like 'linked list' and 'linked data.'

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