verbverb: amalgamate; 3rd person present: amalgamates; past tense: amalgamated; past participle: amalgamated; gerund or present participle: amalgamating
- combine or unite to form one organization or structure.”he amalgamated his company with another”
verb (used without object)
to be in a vigorous state; thrive:
a period in which art flourished.
to be in its or in one’s prime; be at the height of fame, excellence, influence, etc.
the act or process of transforming.the state of being transformed.change in form, appearance, nature, or character.
adjective adjective: unique
- being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else.”the situation was unique in British politics”
adjective adjective: misleading
- giving the wrong idea or impression.”your article contains a number of misleading statements”
nounnoun: lock; plural noun: locks; noun: lock forward; plural noun: lock forwards; noun: a lock
- 1. a mechanism for keeping a door, window, lid, or container fastened, typically operated by a key.”the key turned firmly in the lock”
nounNORTH AMERICANnoun: cheater; plural noun: cheaters
- 1. a person who acts dishonestly in order to gain an advantage.
- 2. INFORMALa pair of glasses or sunglasses.
verbpast tense: permeated; past participle: permeated
- spread throughout (something); pervade.”the aroma of soup permeated the air”
nounnoun: erudition; plural noun: eruditions
- the quality of having or showing great knowledge or learning; scholarship.”he was known for his wit, erudition, and teaching skills”
adjective adjective: methodological
- relating to the system of methods used in a particular area of study or activity.”a wide variety of methodological approaches to ethical problem-solving”