agglomerated : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v form into one cluster
- s clustered together but not coherent
an agglomerated flower head
- The writing is aimless when it is not offensive, and the picture appears to have been agglomerated rather than directed.
- Instead of destroying one another they agglomerated in clusters (atoms, molecules) masses (star dust, worlds, material universes).
News & Articles
- EU opens new front in China trade battle with stone case
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has opened a new front in its trade battle with China by launching an investigation into alleged dumping by Chinese producers of stone used for counter tops and tiles. The European Commission said on Friday it was starting the study after a complaint lodged last month by A.St.A., the European association of manufacturers of agglomerated stones. The ...
June 28, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News