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Connector may refer to:
- Electrical connector, a device for joining electrical circuits together
- Audio and video connector, electrical connectors (or optical connectors) for carrying audio signal and video signal, of either analog or digital format
- Gender of connectors and fasteners
- Power connector, devices that allow electrically operated equipment to be connected to the primary alternating current (AC) power supply in a building
- RF connector, an electrical connector designed to work at radio frequencies in the multi-megahertz range
- MIL-STD-1553, a military standard published by the United States Department of Defense that defines the mechanical, electrical, and functional characteristics of a serial data bus
- Circular connector
- Cigar lighter receptacle
- Blind mate connector, one in which the mating action happens where you can't see or feel it to ensure that it is correctly aligned. They have self-aligning features which allows a small misalignment when mating
- Board–to–board connector, used for connecting printed circuit boards
- Connector (computer science), a pointer or link between two data structures
- Java EE Connector Architecture, a Java-based technology solution for connecting application servers and Enterprise information systems
- Connector (mathematics), a mathematical mapping
- Connector (social), people with wide social circles. They are the "hubs" of the human social network and responsible for the small world phenomenon.
- Connectors - a social business entity that leverages social network for social hiring and recruitment
- Connector (road), a highway or freeway road which connects to another highway or freeway
- Connectors are some words used in English grammar.
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