Noun(1) a branch that flows into the main stream
Adjective(1) flowing together
(1) But as the company has pointed out, the band's general 18-to 24-year-old following is confluent with the heaviest buyers in the super-premium ice cream category.(2) On the other hand, confluent solid and sheet-like growth patterns were common.(3) Honeycomb cysts and areas of confluent fibrosis may be present.(4) Her chest radiograph showed confluent shadowing associated with terminal disease.(5) For irradiation, cells were cultured in Petri dishes and synchronized by contact inhibition in confluent cultures.(6) The cells were fed every 2-3 days and passaged when confluent .(7) We attempted to mimic a more biological situation by studying cells embedded in confluent monolayers which are grown on collagen or microcellulose-coated glass coverslips.(8) The nodes were tan-pink and had confluent areas of hemorrhage and necrosis.(9) Cells were grown in culture flasks until they became confluent .(10) The self esteem movement cares more for feeling good than for doing well, and it's confluent with a much larger change, both in America and I believe in Australian society as the deeper change.(11) Ironically, it is the public health discourse that has given the debate a new twist, confluent with the new discourse of economic efficiency and quality management.(12) During the last glacial maximum, the Welsh Ice Cap and the British-Irish Ice Sheet were confluent and the Welsh Ice Cap formed the Welsh Ice Dome (part of the much larger British-Irish Ice Sheet).(13) So if you imagine a Spitfire, the wings join on the bottom of the body and are confluent with the body as well, so it's a smooth surface.(14) I'll take the risk of extemporising on some confluent themes in this response too.(15) These spots later became confluent , with some central clearing and a purple hue.(16) Chick embryonic cells in the interior of confluent monolayers are able to ruffle and translocate relative to one another.
1. feeder ::
2. tributary ::
3. affluent ::
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