blend, flux, mix, conflate, commingle, immix, fuse, coalesce, meld, combine, merge(verb)
mix together different elements
"The colors blend well"
fuse or cause to grow together
To join into a single mass or whole.
The droplets coalesced into a puddle.
To form from different pieces or elements.
The puddle coalesced from the droplets as they ran together.
When two, or more, pieces of metal are bonded together (usually via welding) by liquefying the places where they are to be bonded, coalescing these liquids, and allowing the coalesced liquid to solidify. At the end of this process the two pieces of metal have become one continuous solid.
Origin: From coalesco, from co- + alesco.
to grow together; to unite by growth into one body; as, the parts separated by a wound coalesce
to unite in one body or product; to combine into one body or community; as, vapors coalesce
Coalesce is a metalcore band from Kansas City, Missouri.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
kō-al-es′, v.i. to grow together or unite into one body: to associate.—adj. Coales′cent, uniting.—n. Coales′cence, union. [L. coalescĕre, co-, together, and alescĕre, to grow up.]
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The numerical value of coalesce in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of coalesce in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The sooner we coalesce, the better we can do as a party, it’s going to happen one way or another.
You have to have an ability to persuade, to negotiate, to coalesce people and that's where Barack Obama has failed.
He is the one candidate who can coalesce the mainstream of the Republican Party and win in the general election, you will see an indicative movement to Marco in the next week.
After a certain high level of technical skill is achieved, science and art tend to coalesce in esthetics, plasticity, and form. The greatest sceintists are always artists as well.
Capabilities haven't developed as quickly or as fully as they might, the Symposium will hopefully coalesce these ongoing but somewhat disjointed efforts towards amphibious capability.
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Translations for coalesce
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- обединявам се, сливам сеBulgarian
- ajuntar-se, unir-se, incorporar-seCatalan, Valencian
- spojit, sloučitCzech
- verschmelzen, vereinigen, zusammenwachsen, zusammenfügen, zusammenfließenGerman
- incorporarse, juntarse, unirseSpanish
- yhdistyä, yhtyä, kerääntyäFinnish
- unir, se fondre, coalescer, réunirFrench
- measgaich, aonaichScottish Gaelic
- versmelten, samensmeltenDutch
- coalescer, aglutinarPortuguese
- сливаться, объединятьсяRussian
- birleşmek, kaynaşmak, bütünleşmekTurkish
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