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concorporate

adjective con·corporate \(ˈ)kän, kən+\

Definition of concorporate

archaic

  1. :  united in one body

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Origin and Etymology of concorporate

Middle English concorporat, from Latin concorporatus, past participle of concorporare to unite in one body, from com- + corporare to make into a body — more at corporate


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concorporate

verb con·corporate \(ˈ)kän, kən+\

Definition of concorporate

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. transitive verb
  2. archaic :  to unite (diverse elements) into a single unit :  make part of a whole

  3. intransitive verb
  4. obsolete :  to coalesce into one mass or body

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Origin and Etymology of concorporate

Latin concorporatus


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