coalescer

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coalesce +‎ -er

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coalescer (plural coalescers)

  1. Any of several devices used to perform coalescence; especially to make the fatty elements of an emulsion to coalesce into larger droplets in order to facilitate their separation.

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coalescer (first-person singular present indicative coalesço, past participle coalescido)

  1. (of separate elements) to coalesce (to join into a single mass)
  2. (of a whole or a unit) to coalesce (to form from different elements)

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