Amalgamate ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Amalgamate ( verb )

To combine or mix (two or more things) together to form a single entity.

Origin:

The word "amalgamate" comes from the latin word "amalgamare" which means "to mix with mercury". the word first appeared in english in the early 17th century.

Examples:

  1. The company decided to amalgamate the two departments into one.
  2. The two political parties amalgamated their policies to win the election.
  3. The merger will see the two companies amalgamate their resources.
  4. He amalgamated all the different elements of his research to form a cohesive theory.
  5. The colors of the painting were so well amalgamated that they seemed to blend seamlessly together.

(As a noun)

Amalgamate ( noun )

To combine or mix (two or more things) together to form a single entity.

Origin:

The word "amalgamate" comes from the latin word "amalgamare" which means "to mix with mercury". the word first appeared in english in the early 17th century.

Examples:

  1. The company decided to amalgamate the two departments into one.
  2. The two political parties amalgamated their policies to win the election.
  3. The merger will see the two companies amalgamate their resources.
  4. He amalgamated all the different elements of his research to form a cohesive theory.
  5. The colors of the painting were so well amalgamated that they seemed to blend seamlessly together.
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