aglutinar

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aglutinar (first-person singular present aglutino, past participle aglutinat)

  1. to agglutinate
  2. to join; bring together

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aglutinar (first-person singular present indicative aglutino, past participle aglutinado)

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

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin agglutino.

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  • IPA(key): /aɡlutiˈnaɾ/, [aɣlut̪iˈnaɾ]

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aglutinar (first-person singular present aglutino, first-person singular preterite aglutiné, past participle aglutinado)

  1. to agglutinate
  2. to join; bring together

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