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* (UK) IPA(key): /lɪŋks/ * Rhymes: -ɪŋks * Homophone: lynx

  • (UK) IPA(key): /lɪŋks/
  • Rhymes: -ɪŋks
  • Homophone: lynx

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English - Etymology 1

See link. NOUN LINKS * plural form of _link_ VERB LINKS * third-person singular simple present indicative form of link

See link.

Noun

links

  1. plural form of link

Verb

links

  1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of link

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English - Etymology 2

From Scots _link_ (“sandy, rolling ground near seashore”), _linkis_, from Old English _hlincas_ (“rising grounds, hills”). NOUN LINKS (_plural_ LINKS) * A golf course, especially one situated on dunes by the sea. * 1894, “The Golfer in Search of a Climate”, in _Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine_, page 570 but what worthy golf LINKS is not intolerably hard of access? * 1919, Harold H. Hilton, “Golf Courses at Home and Abroad”, in _The Windsor Magazine_, no. 296, p. 173. The royal and ancient game of golf may now claim to be the universal game of the world, as in every part of the habitable globe LINKS are to be found. * 1920, Walter Hines Page, _The World’s Work_, page 393 All over the country, LINKS are scattered — club links, public links, and private links — and every year the number grows. * 1967, Litellus Russell Muirhead, _Scotland_, page 278 The LINKS are the property of the town, the Courses being under the management of a joint committee representing the R. & A. Golf Club and the City. * 2002, Forrest L. Richardson, _Routing the Golf Course: The Art & Science That Forms the Golf Journey_, page 95 A true LINKS is built on linksland […] * 2003, Lorne Rubenstein, _A Season in Dornoch: Golf and Life in the Scottish Highlands_, page 168 A LINKS is best when it’s really firm and when the wind is really up. TRANSLATIONS

From Scots link (sandy, rolling ground near seashore), linkis, from Old English hlincas (rising grounds, hills).

Noun

links (plural links)

  1. A golf course, especially one situated on dunes by the sea.
Translations

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English - Anagrams

* kilns * slink

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Danish - Noun

LINKS n * plural indefinite of _link_ * genitive singular indefinite of _link_ * genitive plural indefinite of _link_

links n

  1. plural indefinite of link
  2. genitive singular indefinite of link
  3. genitive plural indefinite of link

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Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /lɪŋks/ * Rhymes: -ɪŋks * Homophone: lynx

  • IPA(key): /lɪŋks/
  • Rhymes: -ɪŋks
  • Homophone: lynx

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Dutch - Etymology 1

From the adjective link 'left', from Middle Dutch linck (modern LINKS) ALTERNATIVE FORMS * linksch (obsolete; adjective only, popular etymology by analogy) ADVERB LINKS * on the left _Zie je die auto LINKS?_ _Do you see the car on the left?_ * to the left _Bij het volgende verkeerslicht LINKS afslaan._ _Turn left at the next traffic light._ _We gaan naar LINKS._ _We’re going to the left._ ANTONYMS * rechts DERIVED TERMS ADJECTIVE LINKS (_comparative_ LINKSER, _superlative_ MEEST LINKS _or_ LINKST) * (not comparable) left _Er zit een vlek op je LINKSE schoen._ _There’s a spot on your left shoe._ * leftist, belonging to the ideological left _Dat zijn LINKSE ideeën._ _Those are leftist ideas._ * (predicatively) left-handed _Ik ben LINKS, je kan niet met mijn pen schrijven._ _I’m left-handed, you cannot write with my pen._ DECLENSION SYNONYMS * (left): linker * (left-handed): linkshandig ANTONYMS * rechts DERIVED TERMS * linker * links–extremistisch * linkshandig * linksheid * linksig * links–liberaal * links–radicaal NOUN LINKS n (_uncountable_) * The left, the left side or tendency, especially in politics and any ideology. _Dat is een opinie die je van LINKS zou kunnen horen._ _That’s an opinion which could have come from the left._ DERIVED TERMS * linksgeoriënteerd

From the adjective link 'left', from Middle Dutch linck (modern links)

Alternative forms

Adverb

links

  1. on the left
    Zie je die auto links?
    Do you see the car on the left?
  2. to the left
    Bij het volgende verkeerslicht links afslaan.
    Turn left at the next traffic light.
    We gaan naar links.
    We’re going to the left.
Antonyms
Derived terms

Adjective

links (comparative linkser, superlative meest links or linkst)

  1. (not comparable) left
    Er zit een vlek op je linkse schoen.
    There’s a spot on your left shoe.
  2. leftist, belonging to the ideological left
    Dat zijn linkse ideeën.
    Those are leftist ideas.
  3. (predicatively) left-handed
    Ik ben links, je kan niet met mijn pen schrijven.
    I’m left-handed, you cannot write with my pen.
Declension
Synonyms
Antonyms
Derived terms
  • linker
  • links–extremistisch
  • linkshandig
  • linksheid
  • linksig
  • links–liberaal
  • links–radicaal

Noun

links n (uncountable)

  1. The left, the left side or tendency, especially in politics and any ideology.
    Dat is een opinie die je van links zou kunnen horen.
    That’s an opinion which could have come from the left.
Derived terms
  • linksgeoriënteerd

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Dutch - Etymology 2

From English _link_. NOUN LINKS * Plural form of _link_

From English link.

Noun

links

  1. Plural form of link

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Dutch - Anagrams

* slink

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German - Alternative Forms

* l., li. _abbreviations_

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German - Etymology

Germanic, cognate with Dutch _links_.

Germanic, cognate with Dutch links.

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German - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /lɪŋks/

  • IPA(key): /lɪŋks/

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German - Adverb

LINKS * on the left _Siehst du das Auto LINKS?_ _Do you see the car on the left?_ * to the left _An der nächsten Ampel LINKS abbiegen._ _Turn left at the next traffic light._ _Wir gehen nach LINKS._ _We’re going to the left._ RELATED TERMS * Linke f * linker

links

  1. on the left
    Siehst du das Auto links?
    Do you see the car on the left?
  2. to the left
    An der nächsten Ampel links abbiegen.
    Turn left at the next traffic light.
    Wir gehen nach links.
    We’re going to the left.

Related terms

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Scots - Etymology

From Old English _hlinc_ (“a ridge", "slope", "bank”)

From Old English hlinc (a ridge", "slope", "bank)

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Scots - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /lɪŋks/

  • IPA(key): /lɪŋks/

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Scots - Noun

LINKS * Dunes (especially sandy dunes) REFERENCES * The Dictionary of the Scots language

links

  1. Dunes (especially sandy dunes)

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