conglobate

[kon-gloh-beyt, kong-, kong-gloh-beyt]
verb (used with or without object), con·glo·bat·ed, con·glo·bat·ing.
  1. to collect or form into a ball or rounded mass.

Origin of conglobate

1625–35; < Latin conglobātus, past participle of conglobāre. See conglobe, -ate1
Related formscon·glo·bate·ly, adverbcon·glo·ba·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for conglobate

conglobate

verb
  1. to form into a globe or ball
adjective
  1. a rare word for globular
Derived Formsconglobation, noun

Word Origin for conglobate

C17: from Latin conglobāre to gather into a ball, from globāre to make round, from globus a sphere
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conglobate in Medicine

conglobate

[kŏn-glōbāt′, kŏngglō-]
adj.
  1. Formed into a single, rounded mass.
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