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

The meaning of "Join" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does join mean?
Q: What does joining mean?
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Q: What does join mean?
A: "bring together" or "become part of a group"

Can you help me join these two pieces of wood together?

I am going to join the Democratic Party.
Q: What does join
mean?
A: It's like "unirse" or "inscribirse"
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Example sentences using "Join"

Q: Please show me example sentences with join.
A: Come join me in a dance.
I’m joining sign language club next semester.
I hope that everyone will be able to join in the fun.
They pestered her to join in the scheme.
Would you like to join me for a drink?
I will gladly join you for dinner.
Q: Please show me example sentences with together and join us.
A: let's go together
do you wanna join us?
Q: Please show me example sentences with together and join us.
A: Let's join our hands together.

Q: Please show me example sentences with joined up.
A: "My friend and I joined up for the relay race."
Q: Please show me example sentences with join in.
A: "That game looks fun, can I join in?"

"I thought it looked like a ball, so I joined in!"

Synonyms of "Join" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between join and participate ?
A: They mean almost the same thing. Participate is more active. A person who participates really wants to help the team or group.

Joining is more passive. A person who joins, might not be as interested.
Q: What is the difference between join and attach ?
A: join is to combine
Go join your group of friends.
attach is a little more permanent and usually more for objects.
Attach the rope to the tree. Tie the rope to the tree.
Q: What is the difference between join and participate in ?
A: @strawberryjam: join means that you want to begin the activity. participate means that you want to go along and be active in the activity.
Q: What is the difference between join in and involve in ?
A: "join in" means to participate in
"involve" means to include as a part of something. It can also mean to be associated with someone or something.

You never use "involve in" as you have given it. It would be "involve (someone) in (something)" though "involve" can be used in other ways. See the example sentences:

"Why don't you join in?"
"Join in on the fun!"
"You should join the basketball team."
"Joining us now is President Barack Obama."

"Please don't involve the police in this matter."
"You should be less involved with those kind of people."
"I was involved in reducing the local crime rate."
Q: What is the difference between join in and take part in and involved in ?
A: Take part in: To be involved in an activity, sport, event, etc with other people
Join in: To START taking part in something that other people are ALREADY doing
She never takes part in any of the class activities.
Mary joined the discussion to say that she agreed.

Translations of "Join"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? join
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? join
A: @j123123j: Future: I want to join the hiking club.
Present: I am joining the hiking club.
Past: I joined the hiking club. OR I have joined the hiking club.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm new here , I just joined
A: I'm new here, I just joined.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? joined
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Other questions about "Join"

Q: I'm happy to join it.
I'm happy to join.

Which sounds natural? does this sound natural?
A: I’m happy to join sounds natural
Q: i join your team. because i think to be so fun. how do you think? does this sound natural?
A: I joined your team, because I thought it would be fun.
Q: Why don’t you join us?
Thank you for allowing me to join you. does this sound natural?
A: Great job!
Q: He joins them going outside together. does this sound natural?
A: He went outside with them.
Q: I'll join you if at all possible. does this sound natural?
A: It's natural, "If possible" is emphasized by the presence of "at all". :)
If you say "I'll join you if at all possible", it sounds more sincere than "I'll be there if possible."

Here is a link to the dictionary on the topic. :)
https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/if%20(at%20all)%20possible

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