(cause to) join as friends or business partners
connect, especially in the mind, with sth or sb else
a person connected with another, especially in work;partner
"he had to consult his associate before continuing"
"comrades in arms"
"associates in the law firm bill at a lower rate than do partners"
"first was the lightning and then its thunderous associate"
"an associate member"
"an associate professor"
"I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"
"colligate these facts"
"I cannot relate these events at all"
"He associates with strange people"
"She affiliates with her colleagues"
"The churches consociated to fight their dissolution"
With him is Edmund gone associate?
出自： C. Marlowe
Christ our Sauiour, equall and associate to his Father.
出自： R. Knolles
Amphinomus survey'd th' associate band.
They want some associate sounds to make them harmonious.
出自： S. Johnson
None but papists are associated against him.
The troops..associating to them all the disorderly people.
出自： D. Hume
Arnulf associated his son with him in his government.
出自： E. A. Freeman
It is for me..to associate myself with the answer previously given by the Under-Secretary.
Mother warned the boys not to associate with bad companions.
We associated with all sorts of people.
我们与各种各样的人都打交道。 associate sb/sth with sth
I always associate the smell of those flowers with my childhood.
We associate turkey with Thanksgiving.
Usually people associate smoke with fire.
We naturally associate the name of Darwin with the doctrine of evolution.
We associate Egypt with Nile.
I often associate summer with holidays.
We should associate ourselves with the larger firm.
He associated himself with his friend in a business undertaking.
He is associated with his sons in business.
In the children's minds summer is associated with picnics.
The doctor was associated in the child's mind with injections and pains.
He is closely associated with China.
He associates with all kinds of people.
He is associated with Mr Brown in business.