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cohere

Saltos de línea: co¦here
Pronunciación: /kə(ʊ)ˈhɪə
 
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Definición de cohere en inglés:

verbo

[no object]
1Form a unified whole: he made the series of fictions cohere into a convincing sequence
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • To cohere, the United States must ‘identify and build a common culture that overrides all of our particularities.’
  • Every seemingly insignificant, color-coded fragment of the picture's makeup coheres into a satisfying whole.
  • While the sensuousness of the recording's sounds gives it an immediate visceral appeal, it's the manner by which it coheres into a compositional whole that impresses most of all.
Sinónimos
stick together, hold together, be united, bind, cling, fuse, form a whole
2(Of an argument or theory) be logically consistent: this view does not cohere with their other beliefs
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I believe that the ultimate test of a theory of justice is that it cohere with our considered convictions of justice.
  • The link between this and higher taxes in Britain, is that their interest rates would have to fall to cohere with eurozone rates and the UK Treasury suggests the impact would be inflationary.
  • If a moral theory fails significantly to cohere with our moral beliefs, this undermines the theory's ability to be justified to us.
Sinónimos
be consistent, hang together

Origen

mid 16th century: from Latin cohaerere, from co- 'together' + haerere 'to stick'.

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