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Definition of "attaches" []

  • To join, fasten, or connect (verb)
  • To become associated with or join, as in a business or other venture (verb)
  • To be inherent (in) or connected (with) (verb)
  • To attribute or ascribe (verb)
  • To include or append, esp as a condition (verb)
  • To place on temporary duty with another unit (verb)
  • To put (a member of an organization) to work in a different unit or agency, either with an expectation of reverting to, or while retaining some part of, the original working arrangement (verb)
  • To appoint officially (verb)
  • To arrest or take (a person, property, etc) with lawful authority (verb)
  • To seize (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of attach. (verb)

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Use "attaches" in a sentence
  • "Britain will not expel the two cultural attaches from the Russian embassy, though why they need to be here is beyond my comprehension."
  • "If the name attaches only to one pleasure always permanent, or a continued although varied range of delicious enjoyment, then happiness belongs not to this terraqueous globe."
  • "Attaching a name attaches you to the world of fact, which is riskier, more hazardous: who knows what the chances are out there, of survival, yours?"