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conflate conflates
combine into one
  • How to Memorize
    • conflate - combine
  • Analysis

    The word ‘conflate’ is essentially a formal way of expressing mixing two or more separate things together to form a whole. It is a formal term that is mostly used in relation to things such as information, ideas, descriptions etc., as opposed to something like basic ingredients. Tends to have negative connotations as this mixing can easily lead to confusion and misinterpretation.

  • Exam DBSpoken DBOther
    Synonymsblend, integrate, consolidate,
  • Example(s)
    1. That newspaper is not trustworthy. They often conflate conjecture with real news so you never really know what’s true and what isn’t.

    2. You should not conflate my criticism of you with a personal attack. I’m only trying to help you.

    3. The current difficulties the business is facing conflates a number of different issues ranging from financial to personnel.