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a·mal·ga·mate / əˈmalgəˌmāt/ • v. combine or unite to form one organization or structure: [tr.] he amalgamated his company with another. [intr.] numerous small railroad companies amalgamated. ∎  Chem. [tr.] alloy (a metal) with mercury: [as adj.] (amalgamated) amalgamated zinc.

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