Junction (noun)

  1. A place where two or more things are joined together, especially roads, railways, or pipes.
  2. A connection or link between two or more things.


From middle english jonction, from old french jonction, from latin iunctio, from iungere 'to join'.


  1. The junction of the two highways was a busy intersection.
  2. The junction of the two rivers was a popular spot for fishing.
  3. The junction of the two wires created a circuit.
  4. The junction of the two rail lines allowed trains to travel in different directions.
  5. The junction was marked by a sign indicating the way to the nearest town.
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