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conflate (verb), conflates; conflated; conflating
1. To bring together; to meld or to fuse.
2. To combine (two variant texts, for example) into one whole.
3. Etymology: from Latin conflat-, past participle stem of conflare, "to blow together"; also, "to melt together"; from con-, "with" + flare. "to blow".
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