links n : course consisting of a large landscaped area for playing golf [syn: golf course, golf links]
Etymology 1See link
- Plural of link
- third-person singular of link
Etymology 2From link, from hlinc
- A golf course,
especially one situated on dunes by the sea.
- 1894, "The Golfer in Search of a Climate", in Blackwood's
Edinburgh Magazine, page 570
- but what worthy golf links is not intolerably hard of access ?
- 1919, Harold H. Hilton, "Golf Courses at Home and Abroad", in
The Windsor Magazine, no. 296, p. 173.
- The royal and ancient game of golf may now claim to be the universal game of the world, as in every part of the habitable globe links are to be found.
- 1920, Walter Hines Page, The World's Work, page 393
- All over the country, links are scattered — club links, public links, and private links - and every year the number grows.
- 1967, Litellus Russell Muirhead, Scotland, page 278
- The links are the property of the town, the Courses being under the management of a joint committee representing the R. & A. Golf Club and the City.
- 2002, Forrest L. Richardson, Routing the Golf Course: The Art
& Science That Forms the Golf Journey, page 95
- A true links is built on linksland [....]
- 2003, Lorne Rubenstein, A Season in Dornoch: Golf and Life in
the Scottish Highlands, page 168
- A links is best when it's really firm and when the wind is really up.
- 1894, "The Golfer in Search of a Climate", in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, page 570
Adverb( meer links, meest links)
- to the left
- on the left
- Siehst du das Auto links? — Do you see the car on the left?
- to the left
- An der nächsten Ampel links abbiegen — Turn left at
the next light.
- Wir gehen nach links — We’re going to the left.
- An der nächsten Ampel links abbiegen — Turn left at the next light.
- dunes, especially sandy dunes.
__NOEDITSECTION__ Link may refer to:
- Reciprocal link, two way links to and from websites, also known as "link swaps", "link exchanges" and "link partners"
- Hyperlink, a reference in a hypertext document to another document or other resource
- Links (web browser), a web browser for Unix-like systems
- Magnet: URI scheme, a URI scheme for magnet links for downloading resources via peer-to-peer networks
- , an HTML element that is used to link web pages with other resources such as Cascading Style Sheets
- Linked list, a basic data structure
- Static link, used in programming languages like Pascal to support nested functions, allowing a nested function to access the local variables of its parent
- Linker, a program that takes one or more objects generated by compilers and assembles them into a single executable program
- Links (programming language), a programming language for web applications
- Hong Kong Link, a holding company for toll tunnels and bridges wholly owned by the Government of Hong Kong
- Liberty in North Korea (LiNK), a human rights advocacy group
- LINK or Project LINK, a United Nations project to build global macroeconomic models
- The Link (organisation), a short-lived British organization founded in 1937 "to promote Anglo-German friendship"
- The Link REIT, a real estate investment trust established by the Hong Kong Housing Authority to privatize shopping malls and carparks
- LINKS, a collection of student run St John Ambulance units
- The Links, Incorporated, an African-American female professional service organization
- LINK (UK), an ATM network in the United Kingdom
- Links (golf), a type of golf course
- Link TV, an independent American satellite television network
- Link (chain), a single segment of a chain
- Link (unit), a British and U.S. unit of length equal to one hundredth of a chain
- Link Light Rail, a light rail project in Seattle and Tacoma
- Linking col or link, a topographical feature used in determining topographic prominence
- Link, Somerset, a settlement in southwest England
- Link River, a short river in Klamath Falls, Oregon, connecting Upper Klamath Lake to Lake Ewauna
- Link, a single, whole sausage, originally part of a chain of two or more sausages
- Cursive, joined-up or running handwriting
- The mascot for Lincoln High School (Nebraska)
- Missing link, a transitional fossil
- LINK Train, a people-mover train in the Toronto Pearson International Airport in Canada
- Goethe Link Observatory, an astronomical observatory near Brooklyn, Indiana
links in Czech: Link
links in German: Link
links in Spanish: Enlace
links in French: Lien
links in Galician: Enlace
links in Korean: 링크
links in Italian: Link
links in Dutch: Link
links in Japanese: リンク
links in Polish: Link
links in Swedish: Länk
links in Thai: ลิงก์