transitive verbcon·globed, con·glob·ing, con·globes
(third-person singular simple present conglobes, present participle conglobing, simple past and past participle conglobed)
- To conglobate; to collect into a round mass.
Variant of conglobate
intransitive verbconglobated, conglobating
Origin of conglobateClassical Latin conglobatus, past participle of conglobare ; from com-, with + globare, to make into a globe ; from globus, globe