English to Welsh Meaning of coalesce - cyfuno


Coalesce :
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Definitions of coalesce in English
Verb(1) mix together different elements(2) fuse or cause to grow together
Examples of coalesce in English
(1) Pragmatists try to coalesce the quest for truth and the quest for justification by trotting out what Williams labels ÔÇÿthe indistinguishability argumentÔÇÖ.(2) I shall try and coalesce my thoughts into something readable as soon as I can think of something.(3) Immediately popular, it helped to coalesce people around the movement.(4) I don't know how to coalesce my observations into a coherent picture.(5) There were different elements, of course; but somehow these individual elements seemed to coalesce into one whole.(6) to help coalesce the community, they established an office(7) Action was taken in an expeditious manner before the public could become sufficiently informed to coalesce any opposition or provide a comprehensive debate.(8) The total effect is cumulative, incremental, until all the elements coalesce in a unique kind of theatrical gravity.(9) The left needs to coalesce its resources around direct legal action against the right.(10) his idea served to coalesce all that happened into one connected whole(11) the separate details coalesce to form a single body of scientific thought(12) ÔÇÿThis is a big opportunity to coalesce many different functions that currently exist and get to a high standard of training across the board,ÔÇÖ said Jones.(13) He stops for a moment, maybe trying to coalesce his thoughts, then tries again.(14) Simply put, they coalesce disparate dance movements into a tasty pop-dance package - feel free to enjoy.(15) A Pakistan-mediated power-sharing arrangement failed to coalesce the competing parties into a national government.(16) As work in feminist bioethics coalesces , several key objectives are becoming discernible.
(1) coal mine ::
pwll glo
(2) coal mining ::
cloddio am lo
(3) coal tar ::
tar glo
(4) coal mines ::
pyllau glo
(5) coal miner ::
löwr
(6) burning coal ::
glo losgi
(7) steam coal ::
glo ager
(8) bituminous coal ::
glo meddal
(9) coal seam ::
wythïen lo
(10) coking coal ::
glo golosg
Synonyms
Verb
1. merge ::
uno
2. unite ::
uno
3. join together ::
ymuno â'i gilydd
4. combine ::
cyfuno
5. fuse ::
ffiws
6. mingle ::
gymysgu
7. blend ::
cymysgu
8. amalgamate ::
cyfuno
9. consolidate ::
atgyfnerthu
10. integrate ::
integreiddio
11. homogenize ::
homogenize
12. converge ::
cydgyfeirio
Antonyms
1. part ::
rhan
2. section ::
adran
3. separate ::
ar wahân
4. sever ::
sever
5. split ::
rhaniad
6. sunder ::
Sunder
Different Forms
coalesce, coalesced, coalesces, coalescing
Word Example from TV Shows
It just won't coalesce.

It just won't COALESCE.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 14

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