[ UK /nˈɛksəs/ ]
[ US /ˈnɛksəs/ ]
[ US /ˈnɛksəs/ ]
- a connected series or group
- the means of connection between things linked in series
How To Use nexus In A Sentence
- As a result, the nexus of America's dairy industry is shifting to such places as New Mexico and Idaho with cheap land and fewer people to complain about the smells wafting from a 5,000-cow dairy farm.
- A firm nexus has been established between amoral politicians, ambitious bureaucrats, unscrupulous businessmen and hardened criminals.
- AGI The Spaniards established a system that was both a nexus and a barrier in the area of the isthmus when they built and fortified the cities of Portobelo and Panama. Defending the sea and the land
- It’s this weird nexus of collectibility and browsability and nostalgia-crack that made me really excited about this. Diversicon Report | Goblin Mercantile Exchange
- I'm a Mac and iPhone developer and I've just spent the past week using a Google Nexus One as my primary cell phone rather than an iPhone as I have for the past three years.
- Part of the explanation, some locals believe, lies in the nexus of a burst credit bubble and the Cretan male identity. Greek Crisis Exacts the Cruelest Toll
- But if they undermine the norm - by converting altruistic activity to a mere cash nexus - they can fail. Times, Sunday Times
- February 24, 2010 at 6: 49 PM htc desire, be here in august same specs as Nexus one. When It Doesn’t Pay To Be Google’s Guinea Pig | Lifehacker Australia
- With the storyline of the film revolving round the nexus between drug mafia and underworld dons, the mood of the film is certainly reflected in the music, it has been claimed.
- In "New Orleans schools: A nexus of poverty, high expulsion rates, hyper-security and novice teachers," a Teach For America alumna, Davina Allen, observed, "If you're struggling with behavioral issues, then there's a very good chance you're not teaching well. John Thompson: New Orleans Charter Schools Need to Respect Teachers' Experience, Students' Dignity