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complect (v.)

1520s, "to embrace;" 1570s, "to weave together;" from Late Latin complectus, past participle of complectere "to embrace, encircle," from Latin com "with" (see com-) + plectere "to plait," from suffixed form of PIE root *plek- "to plait." Related: Complected; complecting.

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Definitions of complect

complect (v.)
be interwoven or interconnected;
Synonyms: interconnect / interlink
From wordnet.princeton.edu