conglomerate

suomi-englanti sanakirja

conglomerate englannista suomeksi

  1. konglomeraatti

  2. yhteen sulautunut

  3. kasautua

  4. monialayhtymä

  1. Substantiivi

  2. kasauma

  3. konglomeraatti, monialayhtiö, monialayritys

  4. konglomeraatti

  5. Verbi

conglomerate englanniksi

  1. A cluster of heterogeneous things.

  2. (quote-book)|year=1846|section=section 2 (The Miracles of the Apocryphal Gospels)|page=39|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=pPVhAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA39|oclc=40921107|passage=They in the canonical gospels are held, too, together by his Jesus Christ's strong and central personality, which does not leave them a conglomerate of marvellous anecdotes accidentally heaped together, but parts of a great organic whole, of which every part is in vital coherence with every other.

  3. A corporation formed by the combination of several smaller corporations whose activities are unrelated to the corporation's primary activity.

  4. (quote-web)|date=5 December 2017|passage=The 2017 list includes 80 financial conglomerates with the head of group located in the European Union or European Economic Area, one financial conglomerate with the head of group in Switzerland, one in Bermuda, and two in the United States.

  5. A rock consisting of gravel or pebbles embedded in a matrix.

  6. (quote-book)|year=1838|page=27|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=PFsOAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA27|oclc=31070870|passage=When sandstone is coarse-grained, it is usually called ''grit''. If the grains are rounded, and large enough to be called pebbles, it becomes a ''conglomerate'', or ''pudding-stone'', which may consist of pieces of one or of many different kinds of rock. A conglomerate, therefore, is simply gravel bound together by a cement.

  7. (RQ:Hugo Man Who Laughs)

  8. (quote-book)|location=New York, N.Y.|publisher=Published by Oscar Houghton|Hurd and Houghton;(nb...)|year=1870|page=97|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=PN9CAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA97|oclc=27675147|passage=Everywhere in the river appeared a very remarkable conglomerate, and like the slate in exhibiting all the stages of formation. The matrix was the blue clay of the bank, the rubble was the gravel of the bottom.

  9. (quote-book) and in the Taoudeni Basin(nb..).

  10. Clustered together into a mass.

  11. (ux)

  12. (RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)

  13. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Printed for George Strahan(nb...)|year=1705|section=§ XXXV|page=213|pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/philosophicalpri00cheyuoftpage/213/mode/1up|oclc=12981367|passage=By the motion of the ''Heart'', through the ''Emulgent'' Branches, the Blood is brought to the ''Kidneys'', and is there freed of its ''Serum'' by their little ''Glands'', (..) Much after the ſame manner, are their proper Fluids ſeparated from the Blood in the ''Liver'', ''Sweetbread'', ''Teſticles'', and the other ''Conglobat'' and ''Conglomerate Glands'' of the Body(nb..).

  14. Composed of fragments of rock, pebbles, or stones cemented together.

  15. (quote-book)

  16. To combine together into a larger mass.

  17. (quote-book)|edition=2nd|location=London|publisher=Printed for Fr. Cossinet,(nb...)|year=1665|page=134|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=3G5jAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA134|oclc=57182558|passage=Vapors are never attracted or drawn up above the middle Region of the Air; for that the cold Air there, by thickning and conglomerating them, preſently turn them into clouds: and thence proceeds Miſts, Rains, Snows, Hayls, &c.

  18. (quote-book)|year=1821|page=175|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=W51KAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA175|oclc=13819230|passage="In less than an hour," he said, looking up to the sun's disc, which was then feebly struggling through a dim mass of conglomerating clouds; "in less than an hour you shall be fully satisfied and amply revenged."

  19. (quote-book)|year=1871|pages=50–51|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=LE4BAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA51|oclc=556982036|passage=The tin cylinder, filled with iron balls, which is fired from our smooth-bored guns, was unsuitable for a rifled gun, because the breaking up of such a projectile in the bore was likely to injure the rifling. Then again, lead balls could not well be substituted for iron ones on account of their liability to conglomerate or adhere together in lumps.

  20. (quote-book)|location=London; New York, N.Y.|publisher=Macmillan|Palgrave|year=2015|page=1|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=kKC7BgAAQBAJ&pg=PA1|isbn=978-0-230-57904-0|passage=Looked at from this angle, we soon realize that the perceived greatness of Shakespeare|William Shakespeare lies less in his 'originality', than in his exceptional ability to conglomerate and re-apply materials and models in the creation of new dramatic works.

  21. To combine together into a larger corporation.

  22. (quote-journal)|year=1993|volume=30|issue=1|page=4|issn=0115-9011|oclc=624311142|passage=Some firms conglomerated with suppliers of intermediate inputs and the railroad to carry their products.

  23. (quote-book)|year=2001|page=260|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=aF3x8sUB1bEC&pg=PA260|isbn=978-0-231-11952-8|passage=The hallmark of the late twentieth century in the media industries (and adjacent/overlapping territories, such as the Internet) was the weakening of boundaries that previously distinguished arenas, enterprises, institutions, and professions. (..) Entertainment media—the rapidly conglomerating TV/film/cable/publishing/music/sports/Internet megasauruses that can be seen grazing in Los Angeles and New York—represent the pattern even more dramatically than in the case of journalism.

  24. (inflection of)

  25. (feminine plural of)