Examples of conglomeration in a Sentence
a conglomeration of shops and restaurants
Recent Examples of conglomeration from the Web
The master bedroom features a unique conglomeration of art.
Timberlake’s rise comes amid a conglomeration of activity, including the Feb. 2 release of Man of the Woods and his halftime performance at Super Bowl LII on Feb. 4.
The playbook included a conglomeration of systems, programs and initiatives designed to promote student success and prepare almost all students for college.
Will an unfettered market just lead to more conglomeration?
Bowden said that her team consisted of the odd conglomeration of people that were drawn to overnight work looking at weird and disturbing stuff.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is a conglomeration of 3,000 reefs longer than the Pacific coast from Vancouver to Tijuana.
The conglomeration effort died ignominiously in 1987 amid a shareholder battle, two years after the Hertz acquisition and almost 20 years after the company had bought Westin.
The fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana in the 1980s, which is basically a conglomeration of every Spielberg setting of the era, along with The Goonies and Stand By Me.
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CONGLOMERATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of conglomeration for English Language Learners
: a group or mixture of different things
: a process in which different things come together to form a single thing
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