CONFLATE: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for CONFLATE?

Need another word that means the same as “conflate”? Find 21 synonyms and 30 related words for “conflate” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Conflate” are: blend, coalesce, combine, commingle, flux, fuse, immix, meld, merge, mix, condense, shorten, reduce, abbreviate, abridge, summarize, precis, abstract, boil down, shrink, encapsulate

Conflate as a Verb

Definitions of "Conflate" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “conflate” as a verb can have the following definitions:

  • Mix together different elements.
  • Combine (two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc.) into one.

Synonyms of "Conflate" as a verb (21 Words)

abbreviateShorten (a word, phrase, or text.
Network is often abbreviated to net.
abridgeShorten (a piece of writing) without losing the sense.
Even the right to free speech can be abridged.
abstractConsider a concept without thinking of a specific example consider abstractly or theoretically.
As our relationship deepened you seemed to abstract yourself.
blendBlend or harmonize.
Blend and smudge the darker colours under the bottom lashes.
boil downBring to, or maintain at, the boiling point.
coalesceCombine (elements) in a mass or whole.
His idea served to coalesce all that happened into one connected whole.
combineCombine so as to form a whole mix.
Oxygen combines with haemoglobin.
commingleMix; blend.
His humanitarian stance was commingled with a desire for survival.
condenseMake more concise.
Water condenses.
encapsulateEnclose (an organ or structure of the body) in a tough sheath or membrane.
Data requested is encapsulated and can be manipulated.
fluxTreat a metal object with a flux to promote melting.
fuseCause an electrical appliance to stop working when a fuse melts.
When fired in a special kiln the metals fused on to the pot.
immixMix together different elements.
meldBlend; combine.
The nylon bristles shrivel and meld together.
mergeAbsorb (a title or estate) in another.
The cells merge.
mixMix together different elements.
It was everyone s dream to mix their album in their front room.
precisMake a precis of a text or speech.
reduceReduce in size reduce physically.
The cook reduced the sauce by boiling it for a long time.
shortenReduce in scope while retaining essential elements.
The preceding vowels are shortened.
shrinkBecome withdrawn.
I don t shrink from my responsibilities.
summarizeGive a summary (of.
I will now summarize.

Usage Examples of "Conflate" as a verb

  • The urban crisis conflates a number of different economic, political, and social issues.

Associations of "Conflate" (30 Words)

allyBecome an ally or associate as by a treaty or marriage.
He was forced to dismiss his closest political ally.
amalgamAn alloy of mercury with another metal usually silver used by dentists to fill cavities in teeth except for iron and platinum all metals dissolve in mercury and chemists refer to the resulting mercury mixtures as amalgams.
A curious amalgam of the traditional and the modern.
amalgamateAlloy (a metal) with mercury.
Numerous small British railway companies amalgamated.
associateConnect (something) with something else because they occur together or one produces the other.
He associates with strange people.
blendThe act of blending components together thoroughly.
The tea is blended using leaves from estates in Sri Lanka Kenya India and Indonesia.
coalesceMix together different elements.
The puddles had coalesced into shallow streams.
coalescedJoined together into a whole.
coalescingGrowing together, fusing.
combinationA sequence of numbers or letters that opens a combination lock.
This colour combination is stunningly effective.
combineCombine so as to form a whole mix.
Oxygen and hydrogen do not combine at room temperatures.
commingleMix together different elements.
His book commingles sarcasm and sadness.
conjoinTake in marriage.
An approach which conjoins theory and method.
eclecticSomeone who selects according to the eclectic method.
Universities offering an eclectic mix of courses.
fluxTreat a metal object with a flux to promote melting.
The newness and flux of the computer industry.
incorporateFormed or united into a whole.
Through an incorporate resilience slighted confidence restores itself.
incorporationThe inclusion of something as part of a whole.
The software facilitates the incorporation of active learning in the course.
integrateBecome one become integrated.
Transport planning should be integrated with energy policy.
intermingleCombine into one.
Daisies intermingled with huge expanses of gorse and foxgloves.
intermixCombine into one.
Along its southern edge low trees intermix with the shrubs.
joinBe or become joined or united or linked.
It was soldered so well that you couldn t see the join.
meldA thing formed by melding a combination.
Australia s winemakers have melded modern science with traditional art.
mergeCombine or cause to combine to form a single entity.
He agreed to merge his broadcasting company with a multinational concern.
mingleBe all mixed up or jumbled together.
A chance to mingle with celebs.
mixA commercially prepared mixture of dry ingredients.
Arriving at the correct mix of full time to part time staff.
solderJoin with solder.
Solder these two pipes together.
synthesisThe combination of components or elements to form a connected whole.
The synthesis of intellect and emotion in his work.
unifyJoin or combine.
Opposition groups struggling to unify around the goal of replacing the regime.
uniteAct in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief.
Lady Midlothian united herself to a man of bad character.
unitedUsed in names of soccer and other sports teams formed by amalgamation.
Presented a united front.
weldA welded joint.
Her gratitude welded her to him.

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