conglomerate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to create or gather into a mass or whole.
    • to make into or merge with a corporate conglomerate.
  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to form into a mass or entire.
    • to collect into a ball or circular body; to get into a mass.
  • noun:
    • A corporation made up of a number of different businesses that operate in diversified fields.
    • A collected heterogeneous mass; a cluster: a city-suburban conglomerate; a conglomerate of shade, enthusiasm, and artistry.
    • Geology A rock consisting of pebbles and gravel embedded in cement.
    • A cluster of heterogeneous things.
    • A corporation created by the combination of a number of smaller corporations whose tasks tend to be not related towards company's main activity.
    • A rock comprising gravel or pebbles embedded in a matrix.
    • That which is heaped together in a mass or conpacted from different sources; a mass created of fragments; collection; buildup.
    • A rock, composed or curved fragments of stone cemented together by another mineral compound, either calcareous, siliceous, or argillaceous; pudding stone; -- against agglomerate. See Breccia.
    • In geology, a rock consists of the rounded and water-worn debris of previously current rocks, consisting, at the least simply, of fragments large enough to be called pebbles. Also known as conglomerate stone.
    • Everything consists of heterogeneous or incongruous products.
    • several diverse companies under common ownership and run as just one business
    • a composite rock contains particles of different dimensions
  • adjective:
    • Gathered into a mass; clustered.
    • Geology comprised of loosely cemented heterogeneous material.
    • Clustered together into a mass.
    • Gathered into a ball or a mass; gathered together; concentrated.
    • Closely crowded together; densly clustered.
    • Composed of rocks, pebbles, or fragments of stones, cemented collectively.
    • composed of heterogeneous elements gathered into a mass
  • verb:
    • To combine collectively into a bigger mass.
    • To combine collectively into a larger corporation.
    • harvest or gather
  • others:
    • to assemble into a ball or circular human anatomy; collect into a round mass.
    • to create together into a mass or heap; accumulate and type into a whole, without reference to congruity or homogeneity; form a conglomeration of.
    • Gathered into a ball or circular human anatomy; collected or clustered collectively.
    • In botany, densely clustered.
    • In entomology, collected irregularly in a single or more places, in the place of being distributed evenly within the area: stated of hairs, punctures, dots, etc.
    • consists of heterogeneous or incongruous materials; conglomerated.

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