linkwork [lingk-wurk] Word Origin noun

  1. something composed of links, as a chain.
  2. a linkage.
  3. Machinery. a mechanism or device in which motion is transmitted by links.

Origin of linkwork First recorded in 1520–30; link1 + work British Dictionary definitions for linkwork linkwork noun

  1. something made up of links
  2. a mechanism consisting of a series of links to impart or control motion; linkage

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