amalgamate with (someone or something)

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amalgamate with (someone or something)

To mix or merge with (someone or something). I wonder how the two groups of kids will amalgamate with each other. What department is ours being amalgamated with? If these files need to be amalgamated with the Maine files, I'll have my intern do it.
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amalgamate something with something

to unite something with something else; to merge two things. We will amalgamate this company with another firm. How long has our local been amalgamated with the national union?
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amalgamate with something

to join with something; to merge with something. Our group decided to amalgamate with another group. The groups did not amalgamate after all.
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Current president Liam O'Neill has warned clubs to think carefully before amalgamating with others due to the risks of losing an identity which may be irretrievable.
Proposals being considered involve Park Brow amalgamating with Cherryfield primary on the Cherryfield site.