Definition Of consolidating

verb

combine (a number of things) into a single more effective or coherent whole.

all manufacturing activities have been consolidated in new premises

make (something) physically stronger or more solid.

the first phase of the project is to consolidate the outside walls

Example Of consolidating

  • And, in time, the two technologies - Workplace Messaging and Notes - will be consolidated as a single technology.

  • As he looks ahead to the history books, however, he seems to realize that hard power alone will not consolidate his position.

  • At the same time regional power centers are evolving and consolidating their positions, aspiring to a greater role in the world community.

  • At the same time the method of rating the boards was provided for in the Local Government Act 1958, later consolidated into the General Rate Act 1967.

  • But he consolidated his position at home, extending royal power into Caithness and Ross, and above all into Galloway, a show of strength derived from his ability to exploit feudal inheritance law.


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