attach to (v.+prep.)
使相关; 使牵连; 使依附 (cause to) be part of or connected with sb; love; be fond of
attach to sth
Is there a dining car attached to the train?
attach sb/sth to sth
He attached his horse to a tree.
He attached labels to his luggage.
Attach a stamp to the envelop and mail it.
They attached the trailer to the car.
The written directions are attached to the tool.
The picture is attached to the wall by a nail.
A horse was attached to a post.
The flag is attached to a pole.
attach to sb/sth
No suspicion attaches to him.
No blame attaches to him for the accident.
The blame of the accident attached to the boy who put out the street lamps.
The blame for this accident attaches to the man who destroyed the signal.
No honour attaches to this position.
attach sb/sth to sb/sth
The lost dog attached itself to the boy walking home from school.
I advise you not to attach yourself to the party.
We attached a condition to his admission to our school.
I don't attach any importance to the statement made by him.
We should attach importance to the use of the verbs when we learn a foreign language.
Do you attach much importance to what he say?
He attached his signature to this document.
The signers attached their names to the Constitution.
He attached himself to the university where he worked nearly thirty years.
She is deeply attached to her young brother.
He is greatly attached to his children.
I am attached to her.
They are attached to one another.
I am very much attached to that old car.
She has always been very much attached to her work.
The school is attached to the Normal College.
Our regiment is attached to the first pision.