2a ring or loop in a chain:a chain made of steel links figurativeministers are the vital link in the chain between the civil service and Parliament
a unit of measurement of length equal to one hundredth of a surveying chain (7.92 inches).
make, form, or suggest a connection with or between:rumours that linked his name with Judithforeign and domestic policy are linked [no object]:she linked up with an artistic group
connect or join physically:a network of routes linking towns and villagesthe cows are linked up to milking machines
Computing create a hyperlink between (web pages or hypertext documents):I’ve had problems linking my blog to other websites [no object]:it turns out he reads my blogs and was very pleased I’d linked to his article
clasp; intertwine:once outside he linked arms with her