Verb(1) string together (morphemes in an agglutinating language(2) clump together; as of bacteria, red blood cells, etc.
Adjective(1) united as if by glue
(1) In addition to increasing the viscosity of airway secretions, albumin can agglutinate individual cilia and destroy coordinated ciliary motion, which may lead to impairment of mucociliary clearance.(2) these strains agglutinate human red cells(3) cell fragments agglutinate and form intricate meshes(4) The ├ö├ç├┐mixed field├ö├ç├û results with anti-A sera showed one large agglutinate with ├ö├ç├┐free cells├ö├ç├û in the background.(5) The pronouns in Sumerian are gender indifferent just like in Uralic and Altaic and are also affixed to the morpheme and become part of the agglutinated phrase.(6) Lump asafoetida, sometimes called mass, is the most common commercial form, consisting of tears agglutinated into a more or less uniform mass or lump.(7) If the antiserum agglutinates in your red blood cells, you are Rh positive.(8) In most cases, the first 2nd, 3rd or 4th letters of each Basque word were agglutinated into a new word.(9) At first, the attempts to separate agglutinated plates applying mechanical force were undertaken.(10) That is, part of what's monstrous about monsters is somehow this very agglutination of significance, these uncontrolled outgrowths of meaning.(11) Rapid assays are generally configured as flow-through, lateral flow, or agglutination assays.(12) The combination of B antibodies and B antigens will cause agglutination .(13) Latex agglutination , while quick, simple, and sensitive, is not recommended for routine use as pathogens cannot be ruled out by a negative test result.(14) The problem is that Inuktitut is a language where phrases are joined together in a single word - what we call an agglutinating language - so even circumlocutions like ├ö├ç├┐wet sticky snow├ö├ç├û come out as one word.(15) A cross-match later revealed that her serum agglutinated her husband's cells.(16) French-based Creoles are notable for such fused forms in which the noun is agglutinated to the article, as Haitian Creole dlo ├ö├ç├┐water├ö├ç├û, which corresponds to the French sequence of words de l' eau.
1. agglutinative ::
Different Formsagglutinate, agglutinated, agglutinates, agglutinating
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