from Latin conglobare, from com- (“together”) + globus (“ball”)
conglobate (comparative more conglobate, superlative most conglobate)
- shaped like or formed into a ball.
shaped like or formed into a ball
conglobate (third-person singular simple present conglobates, present participle conglobating, simple past and past participle conglobated)
- (transitive) To form into a globe or ball.
- second-person plural present indicative of conglobare
- second-person plural imperative of conglobare
- feminine plural of conglobato
- second-person plural present active imperative of conglobō