- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of conflate.
“The title conflates several emblematic gay rom-coms.”
“The popular fury against ‘banksters’, which conflates hostility to the established financial complex with hostility to the profession of banking as such, bothers me for similar reasons- it’s about “how dare your loyalties be ‘impersonal’, or outside our community”- the term conflates that which is economic without being civic with the criminal.”
“Like, during a debate, when he again conflates Iraqi insurgents with Al-Qaeda.”
“Inland Empire is interchangably terrifying, maddening, shockingly hilarious and perversely exciting, and that's just to those who end up disliking it. "initial impressions for the L Magazine:" [C] alling it inscrutable is incomplete - that label conflates narrative and thematic cohesion.”
“intellectual property" matter, since that term conflates copyright and trademark law, legally two very different beasts.”
“Blanket use of the word cyberattack conflates different kinds of crime with different means and motives.”
“Mark Asch follows up on his initial impressions for the L Magazine: [C] alling it inscrutable is incomplete - that label conflates narrative and thematic cohesion.”
“But she obviously kind of conflates it into one big mess in terms of skewing the coverage.”
“Even though the study conflates several different reform initiatives, it still only shows a "small effect" according to Dan McCaffrey, a statistician at the Rand Corporation.”
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