Amalgamate

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English

Verb

Amalgamate (third-person singular simple present Amalgamates, present participle amalgamating, simple past and past participle amalgamated)

  1. To merge, to combine, to blend, to join.
  2. To make an alloy of a metal and mercury.
  3. (transitive, mathematics) To combine (free groups) by identifying respective isomorphic subgroups.

Synonyms

  • (to merge): mix

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Thesaurus

act in concert; act together; add; admix; affiliate; alloy; ally; assimilate; associate; band; band together; be in league; bemingle; blend; club together; coact; coalesce; collaborate; collude; combine; come together; commingle; commix; compact; compose; compound; comprise; concert; concoct; concord; concur; confederate; conglomerate; connect; consolidate; conspire; cooperate; do business with; embody; emulsify; encompass; federate; flux; fuse; get heads together; get together; go partners; hang together; harmonize; hash; hold together; homogenize; hook up; immingle; immix; include; incorporate; integrate; interblend; interfuse; interlace; interlard; intermingle; intermix; intertwine; interweave; join; join in; join together; jumble; keep together; knead; league; league together; lump together; make common cause; make one; meld; melt into one; merge; mingle; mingle-mangle; mix; mix up; partner; play ball; pull together; put heads together; put together; reciprocate; reembody; roll into one; scramble; shade into; shuffle; solidify; stand together; stir up; syncretize; syndicate; synthesize; team up; throw in together; throw together; tie in; tie up; toss together; unify; unite; unite efforts; work; work together

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Italian

Verb

amalgamate

  1. second-person plural present of amalgamare
  2. second-person plural imperative of amalgamare
  3. feminine plural of amalgamato
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