Definition of

Concatenate

  1. (verb, contact) combine two strings to form a single one
  2. (verb, change) add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series
    concatenate characters

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Alternate forms of Concatenate

Derivations: concatenation

Hypernyms: add, chain

Origin of the word Concatenate

  1. c.1600, from L. concatenat-, pp. stem of concatenare "to link together" (see concatenation). As a pp. adj., attested from 1471. Related: Concatenated (pp. adj., 1611); concatenating (1872). more

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Words that sound like Concatenate

chinese chestnut, coincident, consistent, constant, constituent

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