associated

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1. Having worked with or had a special relation with. For example, two partner companies can be associated with one another because of the business they conduct together.
2. Being joined or accompanied by another object or thing. For example, a résumé is often associated with a cover letter when an individual applies for a job.

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I didn't want her to be associated with all of those bad memories, so I avoided the subject with her.
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All of the athlete's endorsements were dropped after the scandal because no company felt comfortable having their products associated with a criminal.
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I didn't want her to be associated with all of those bad memories, so I avoided the subject with her.
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