verb (used with object), con·glom·er·at·ed, con·glom·er·at·ing.
verb (used without object), con·glom·er·at·ed, con·glom·er·at·ing.
Origin of conglomerate
Examples from the Web for conglomerate
And that conglomerate also owns nearly 70 percent of the Rossing uranium mine in Namibia.
A major backer for one Britton Holdings investment is a Chinese conglomerate active in the energy sector.
We already saw what happens to him when a conglomerate attempts to give him massive amounts of money.Dave Chappelle’s Triumphant Return to New York City|Alex Suskind|June 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Under his tenure, BP also gained access to Russian oil reserves with the creation of the conglomerate TNK-BP.
He wants the conglomerate to spin off its entertainment business to liberate what he views as locked-up financial value.Japan’s Fiscal Crossroads: Will Abenomics Mean Tougher Changes?|Daniel Gross|July 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Alas for tapestry weaving of to-day, the usual modern cartoon is a staring anachronism, and a conglomerate of modes.The Tapestry Book|Helen Churchill Candee
At the height of a few hundred feet above the plain, patches of conglomerate adhered in several places to the solid rock.A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World|Charles Darwin
In nearly all parts of the world the Permian presents thick beds of red sandstone and conglomerate as marked ingredients.The Story of the Earth and Man|J. W. Dawson
America has gained much by being the conglomerate country that she is, made up of a commingling of the blood of other races.
The rest is conglomerate, and one or two lines show a more Northern origin.Army Life in a Black Regiment|Thomas Wentworth Higginson