affiliation, alliance, association, bond, bridge, chain, connection, connective, contact, coupler, coupling, go-between, interconnection, intermediary, intermedium, intersection, joint, juncture, kinship, liaison, linkage, medium, member, nexus, privity, propinquity, relation, relationship, tie, union, vinculum, weld
ally, anastomose, appertain, associate, attach, band, bind, bridge, combine, commingle, conjoin, connect, consolidate, contact, couple, engage, fasten, fuse, fix, identify with, implicate, inosculate, interconnect, join, knot, marry, merge, relate, unite, span, tie, touch, yoke
affiliation (connectedness), affix, appertain, association (connection), attach (join), broker, chain (nexus), combine (join together), commingle, connection (fastening), connection (relation), consolidate (unite), contact (association), contact (touch), engage (involve), go-between, implicate, implication (incriminating involvement), intermediary, join (bring together), kinship, liaison, lock, medium, member (constituent part), nexus, privity, propinquity (kinship), relate (establish a connection), relation (connection), relationship (connection), unite
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To connect one website or computer with another.n.A place on a website that, if clicked, will connect the user to another website.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.
Any component of a Web page that connects to another Web page or another portion of the same Web page. Clicking on underlined text or a graphic image activates most links. For example, if a user clicks on the words, financial calculator, or an image of a calculator, the user will be transported to a page that contains a calculator. Links are sometimes called hyperlinks. Compare: deep linkCategory: Patent, Copyright & Trademark → Copyright Law
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.