Amalgam (noun)

A mixture of different things; a combination of different elements.

Origin:

From latin amalgama, from ancient greek ἁλμαγμά (halgamá, "an alloy of mercury with another meta.l")

Examples:

  1. The amalgam of cultures in the city made it a unique and vibrant place.
  2. The new company is an amalgam of several smaller firms that merged together.
  3. The artwork was an amalgam of different styles and techniques.
  4. The dish was an amalgam of flavors from different cuisines.
  5. The music was an amalgam of different genres.
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