A joint is a connection between two or more elements that allows changing the orientation or position of the elements relative to each other with one or more degrees of freedom.
Joint may also refer to:
- Joint (building), a junction where building elements meet without a static load being applied from one element to another
- Mortar joint, the mortar-filled space between masonry bricks
- Woodworking joint, used to join wood parts so that they cannot move relative to each other
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