Sinónimos de amalgamation
The organization was formed by an amalgamation of two groups.
A combination of factors are to blame.
union, , ,
Norway's union with Denmark in the late fourteenth century
The two parties were still too much apart to form an alliance.
He had been opposed by a coalition of civil-rights organizations.
the proposed merger of the two banks
a mixture of spiced, grilled vegetables
Organic compounds contain carbon in their molecules.
He makes up his own blends of flour.
There is little integration of our work and no single focus.
Spain is a composite of diverse traditions and people.
the fusion of regular and reserve forces
Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin.
the incorporation of two airlines into one
I tend to make my characters an amalgam of several people.
His heart beat with an admixture of aversion and thrill.
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in the sense of admixture
a mixtureHis heart beat with an admixture of aversion and thrill.
in the sense of alliance
a formal relationship between two or more countries or political parties to work togetherThe two parties were still too much apart to form an alliance.
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