verb (conflat, ing)
Etymology: 1541<ref name="etymdate">The Online Etymology Dictionary (2001)</ref>: from conflatus, cÅnflÄtus, from conflare, cÅnflÄre, "fuse, melt, or blow together"; related to con-, "with, together", and flare, flÄre, "to blow".
- bring, Bring things together and fuse them into a single entity.
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