adjuntar, unir, atar, sujetar, agregar, vincular, pegar, poner, enganchar, acompañar, embargar, aplicar, ligar, colocarse, imputar, destinar para, incumbir
adjuntaracoplableadjuntoagregadosadjuntandoadjunto archivoarchivos adjuntos
Verb(1) cause to be attached(2) be attached; be in contact with(3) become attached(4) create social or emotional ties(5) take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority
(1) attach your safety line to the bridge(2) Another remembered Jawaharlal Nehru's words and said that one should not attach too much importance to winning or losing an election.(3) don't attach any credence to that(4) to attach a letter to a document(5) he doesn't attach too much importance to radical ideas(6) But it is difficult to avoid the impression that their political leaders attach more importance to the present moment than to the future.(7) to attach sth to sth(8) I get excited when publishers attach a short scrawled note, but this was a really in depth letter, and very constructive.(9) he doesn't attach too much importance to fixed ideas(10) She doesn't think it is right the fertility laws should attach so much importance to the presence of a father.(11) He is far from being the first British Prime Minister to attach great importance to his relationship with the American president.(12) the Commission can attach appropriate conditions to the operation of the agreement(13) But I expect the American public to attach increasing importance to cleaner environments.(14) We apparently attach more importance to money than we do to human life.(15) I was in a hurry and I forgot to attach an important document.(16) attach the trailer securely to the car
(1) attach importance to :: dar importancia a
(2) attach to :: adjuntar a
1. fasten ::
2. ascribe ::
3. assign ::
4. bond ::
5. sequester ::
1. detach ::
2. undo ::
3. unhook ::
attach, attachable, attached, attaches, attaching, attachment, attachments
Word Example from TV Shows
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When I was a kid, if I wanted an EEG,
I had to ATTACH my own electrodes.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 15
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