- 1Combine or unite to form one organization or structure: [with object]: he amalgamated his company with another [no object]: numerous small railroad companies amalgamated (as adjective amalgamated) his true genius lies in synthesis, in an amalgamated visionMore example sentences
- He was also a keen hurler and in recent years saw his beloved Ballinakill Club amalgamated with Woodford.
- A business is often sold, purchased, merged, or amalgamated with another business by the purchase and sale of either assets or shares.
- The East Yorkshire Regiment amalgamated with the West Yorkshire Regiment in 1958 to form the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire.
- 1.1 [with object] Chemistry Alloy (a metal) with mercury: (as adjective amalgamated) amalgamated zincMore example sentences
- Corrosion of pure and amalgamated zinc in pure concentrated solutions was investigated using two methods.
- The general course of the decay curves was similar for polished and amalgamated zinc.
- It was furthermore shown that there is at atmospheric pressure very strong tendency for mercury to amalgamate iron.
early 17th century: from medieval Latin amalgamat- 'formed into a soft mass', from the verb amalgamare, from amalgama (see amalgam).