1. To clump together; as of bacteria, red blood cells, etc.
2. To string together, of morphemes in an agglutinating language.
3. Join firmly; thicken; make like glue; coagulate;
4. Philology, make compound words by additions.
ETYM AS. blendan, from blind blind. Related to Blind.
In illustration and other graphics software, to create a new combined graphic from two or more separate graphic elements. Photos, art, colors, shapes, and text may be blended together digitally. Graphic elements may be blended for artistic effect, or may be realistic enough to appear as a single photo or graphic.
1. To blend or harmonize; SYN. go, blend in.
2. To combine into one; SYN. intermix, immingle, intermingle.
3. To mix together different elements; SYN. mix, conflate, commingle, immix, fuse, coalesce, meld, combine, merge.
1. To calculate principal and interest.
2. To combine so as to form a whole; mix; SYN. combine.
3. To create by mixing or combining.
4. To put or add together; SYN. combine.
Chemical substance made up of two or more elements bonded together, so that they cannot be separated by physical means. Compounds are held together by ionic or covalent bonds.
concatenate / kənkætənet /
1. To add by concatenation.
2. Link together; form into series
conflate / kənfleɪt /
1. Blend or fuse together.
2. To combine (as two readings of a text) into a composite whole
1. To stick together; as of the edges of a wound.
2. To glue or join together; join together; glue
conjoin / kɑːndʒɔɪn /
To join together; to unite.
connect / kənekt /
1. To become joined
2. To meet for the transference of passengers; to transfer (as from one airplane to another) as a step in traveling to a final destination
3. To make a successful hit, shot, or throw
4. To have or establish a rapport
5. To establish a communications connection
6. To join or fasten together usually by something intervening
7. To place or establish in relationship
connect up / kəˈnekt ʌp /
consolidate / kənsɑːlədet /
1. To bring together into a single whole or system.
2. To unite into one.
3. To make firm or secure; strengthen:.
4. To make or form into a solid or hardened mass.
5. To form into a solid mass or whole.
1. To become part of; become a member of a group or organization; SYN. fall in, get together.
2. To cause to become joined or linked; SYN. bring together.
3. To come into the company of.
4. To make contact or come together; SYN. conjoin.
1. To fasten or secure with a rope, string, or cord; SYN. bind.
2. To form a knot or bow in
3. To make by tying pieces together:
4. To limit or restrict to
5. To finish a game with an equal number of points, goals, etc.; SYN. draw.
6. To unite musical notes by a tie.
weld / weld /
1. To join together by heating, as of metals.
2. To unite closely or intimately.