Etymology
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attached (adj.)

"affectionate, devoted, fond," 1793, past-participle adjective from attach in the sense "join to or with in companionship or affection" (1765). Earlier the adjective meant "arrested" (1610s). The literal sense of "fastened on" is from 1841.

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Definitions of attached

attached (adj.)
being joined in close association;
all art schools whether independent or attached to universities
Synonyms: affiliated / connected
attached (adj.)
used of buildings joined by common sidewalls;
a block of attached houses
attached (adj.)
associated in an exclusive sexual relationship;
Synonyms: committed
attached (adj.)
fond and affectionate;
she was very attached to her father
From wordnet.princeton.edu