Definition of 'consolidate'
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The only advantage her isolation provided was the chance to consolidate her plans to deal with the Medalonians. TREASON KEEP (2001)(He didn't want to backtrack any more, he longed to consolidate. BEHINDLINGS (2001)
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Translations for 'consolidate'
British English: consolidate VERB
If you consolidate something that you have, for example power or success, you strengthen it so that it becomes more effective or secure.
We need the points to consolidate that top six position.
Definition of consolidate from the Collins English Dictionary
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