(n.) = amalgamation ; coming together ; fusion ; joining together ; merger ; merging ; confounding ; piecing together ; blurring ; interweaving ; bringing together ; meld ; coalescence. Ex: The examples cited to date have used right hand truncation, which results in the amalgamation of words with different suffixes. Ex: Knowledge generally evolves from an identifiable base, and often new subjects arise from the coming together of two previously separate subjects. Ex: New topics develop not merely by fission -- the splitting up of established subjects -- but also by fusion -- the merging of previously distinct subjects. Ex: Such schemes are essentially analytical in nature, but do not permit any synthesis or joining together of concepts that have been divided from one another. Ex: Qualifiers function as an integral part of the index terms, so that terms of the form 'Moving (House)', 'Mergers (Industrial)' are created and used. Ex: The merging of synonyms carries implications for the effectiveness of the index in terms of precision and recall. Ex: The confounding of opposites is also common though, again, care has to be taken to see that we do not confound two subjects on which extensive literature exists. Ex: Progress in research is dependent on the piecing together of items of information from many sources. Ex: Read from the perspective of Bakhtin, this blurring of genres is also a blurring of idealogies. Ex: This paper illustrates the possible future interweaving of information retrieval and entertainment. Ex: I have already mentioned that the bringing together of the various editions is the real problem. Ex: The article is entitled 'Scholars and media: an unmixable mess of oil and water or a perfect meld of oil and vinegar?'. Ex: The four stages of social movement development are emergence, coalescence, bureaucratization, and decline. ---- * adhesivo de fusión en caliente = hot-melt adhesive. * de baja fusión = low-melt. * de fusión en caliente = hot-melt. * energía de fusión = fusion power. * fusión de empresas = consolidation. * fusión nuclear = nuclear fusion. * pegamento de fusión en caliente = hot-melt glue. * pistola de pegamento de fusión en caliente = hot-melt gun. * punto de fusión = melting point ; fusion point.