Linkage meaning

lĭng'kĭj
A connection or relation; an association.
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A negotiating policy of making agreement on one issue dependent on progress toward another objective.
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A system of interconnected machine elements, such as rods, springs, and pivots, used to transmit power or motion.
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A measure of the induced voltage in a circuit caused by a magnetic flux and equal to the flux times the number of turns in the coil that surrounds it.
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An association between two or more genes such that the traits they control tend to be inherited together.
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A linking or being linked.
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A series or system of links, slides, cranks, wheels, or gears for transmitting power or motion.
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The tendency of some genes to remain together and act as a unit (linkage group) in inheritance, generally in the same chromosome.
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The product of the number of lines of magnetic flux times the number of turns in the coil surrounding it: it is used to measure the voltage that is induced by magnetic flux.
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A connection or relation; an association.
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An association between two or more genes such that the traits they control tend to be inherited together.
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See hypertext and linker.
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A mechanical device that connects things.

A linkage in my car's transmission is broken so I can't shift out of first gear.

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A connection or relation between things or ideas.
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(genetics) The property of genes of being inherited together.
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(linguistics) A set of definitely related languages for which no proto-language can be derived, typically a group of languages within a family that have formed a sprachbund.
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Origin of linkage

  • link + -age
    From Wiktionary