- woord dat zinnen met elkaar verbindt; voegwoord
- an uninflected function word that serves to conjoin words or phrases or clauses or sentences
- the grammatical relation between linguistic units (words or phrases or clauses) that are connected by a conjunction
- Relative pronouns perform as 'conjunction + pronoun'.
- Bribes are something that arises in conjunction with power organizations.
- A more plausible proposal is the one Leech presented in conjunction with Emmet's theory.
- The interviewee establishes his own topical agenda in conjunction with his answer.
- The shoulder joints, as well as moving on their own, also move in conjunction with arm movements.
- In English there are eight main parts of speech: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition, conjunction and finally interjection.
- Of course "Hayabusa" is not actually closing in on the Sun, it is just positioned as in the figure so that, seen from the Earth, it is on the opposite side of the Sun; this is called 'conjunction'.
- Are used in conjunction with scheduled maintenance on such components,
- (To be read in conjunction with Section II.B)
- (To be read in conjunction with Section II.B.)
- Article 18 in conjunction with Article 19(1).’
- To be used only in conjunction with another source code.
- (To be read in conjunction with Section IA.B.)
- All fixings, clips, gaskets, etc., used in conjunction with the partition shall be fire resistant.
- O Pre-convention  To be used only in conjunction with another source code.