# nLab well-connected space

A well-connected topological space is one that satisfies sufficiently strong local connectivity assumptions. These are usually defined in terms of a basis of open sets or a basis of neighbourhoods of the space. Note that this term is not universally defined, but is a placeholder for possibly more complicated adjectives that depend on the situation at hand.

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