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consolidate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To unite into one system or entire; combine: consolidated five individual agencies into a single division.
    • To make powerful or protected; strengthen: She consolidated the woman power during the woman very first year in company.
    • which will make firm or coherent; form into a tight mass.
    • to produce solid; to unite or push collectively into a compact mass; to harden or make dense and firm.
    • To unite, as various particulars, into one size or body; to carry collectively in close union; to combine.
    • To unite by means of programs, as areas of a broken bone tissue, or the lips of a wound.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To become solidified or united.
    • To join in a merger or union: both organizations consolidated under a brand new title.
    • to develop company and tough; to unite and be solid.
  • verb:
    • To combine into just one product; to group collectively or join.
    • to create stronger or even more solid.
    • assemble into one entire or system
    • make or form into a good or hardened size
    • kind into a great size or whole
    • unite into one
    • make firm or secure; strengthen
  • adjective:
    • created into an excellent size; made company; consolidated.
  • others:
    • to produce solid or fast; unite, compress, or bring together and develop into a more compact size, body, or system; make dense or coherent.
    • to carry together and unite securely into one mass or human anatomy; cause to cohere or cleave together: because, to combine the causes of an army, or products into a compound human anatomy.
    • applied specifically— in surgery, of uniting the parts of a broken bone or perhaps the mouth of a wound in the shape of programs
    • in legislation, of combining several acts into one;
    • in law, of combining two or more actions, corporations, or benefices into one;
    • in finance, of uniting various types of general public revenue into one fund, or different evidences of public financial obligation into just one class (see consolidated). Synonyms to mix, compact, condense, compress.
    • to cultivate company and compact; coalesce and be solid: as, wet clay consolidates by drying.
    • created into an excellent mass or system.
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