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consolidated (adj.)

"made firm, solid, hard, or compact," 1736, past-participle adjective from consolidate. Of bills in parliament, 1741; of money, debt, etc., 1753.

updated on March 09, 2018

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Definitions of consolidated from WordNet

consolidated (adj.)
joined together into a whole;
a consolidated school
Synonyms: amalgamate / amalgamated / coalesced / fused
consolidated (adj.)
forming a solid mass;
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