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.

Origin:

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

Examples:

  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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