- links: see lean
- links (n.)
- "undulating sandy ground," 1728, from Scottish/Northumbrian link "sandy, rolling ground near seashore," from Old English hlinc "rising ground, ridge;" perhaps from the same Proto-Germanic root as lean (v.). This type of landscape in Scotland was where golf first was played; the word has been part of the names of golf courses since at least 1728.
- 1. The study links the main living area to the kitchen.
- 2. The community's links with Syria date back to biblical times.
- 3. An alarm links the police station to the divisional headquarters.
- 4. Both nations are seeking closer links with the West.
- 5. These projects will provide vital links between companies and universities.
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