Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Link"

The meaning of "Link" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Link these pair of staments with suitable time words to make a description of the development of computer. What does this sentence mean? mean?
A: Put sentences in a logical way that should show the correct timeline of the development of computers.
Q: What does Link in bio. mean?
A: It is commonly used in social media platforms nowadays. This phrase means that a link (Youtube video, website, etc.) is in their bio (this can be seen in the user's profile link in Facebook or Instagram).
Q: What does Link up mean?
A: It means meet

Synonyms of "Link" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Link and Link up ?
A: Link is not used that much but it means to connect different pairs

Example: This part links together the bottom and top of the toy.

Link up is not proper but means to meet up or get together this is commonly used with friends or familiar people
Q: What is the difference between Link to this entry and Link this entry ?
A: In this context, there is no difference.
Q: What is the difference between Link this entry and Link to this entry ?
A: "Link this entry" means connect this entry to another one. "Link to this entry" means, connect a different entry to this one. Basically they are opposites.

Other questions about "Link"

Q: 歌のタイトルを考えています。

Link in Squad
という文章は正しいですか?
意味はありますか?
A: 意味は全然分かりませんが、芸術なので意味が分からなくても言えることもあります。

しかしこれは正しい文法じゃないと思います。

とにかく、何を言いたいですか。
Q: Link di siti per imparare le basi dell’inglese gratis?
A: Duolingo?
Q: Which one of "Link for a web page","Link of a web page","Link from a web page" is correct?
A: I think “Link of a web page” is correct. I would also say “Link to a web page”.
Q: I'd like to know what he said at [08:17-08:37].
Could you check this out and explain for me? :D
Link:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uX6CjLNs21g&t=355s
A: He likes the time signature changing from slow to fast

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