Definition Of coalesce

verb

come together and form one mass or whole.

the puddles had coalesced into shallow streams

Example Of coalesce

  • A Pakistan-mediated power-sharing arrangement failed to coalesce the competing parties into a national government.

  • Across from the door, at the far side of the Hall, the two balconies coalesced into a single larger balcony that was built over the kitchen.

  • Action was taken in an expeditious manner before the public could become sufficiently informed to coalesce any opposition or provide a comprehensive debate.

  • As work in feminist bioethics coalesces , several key objectives are becoming discernible.

  • ‘This is a big opportunity to coalesce many different functions that currently exist and get to a high standard of training across the board,’ said Jones.


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