[koh-uh-les] /ˌkoʊ əˈlɛs/
verb (used without object), coalesced, coalescing.
to grow together or into one body:
The two lakes coalesced into one.
to unite so as to form one mass, community, etc.:
The various groups coalesced into a crowd.
to blend or come together:
Their ideas coalesced into one theory.
verb (used with object), coalesced, coalescing.
to cause to unite in one body or mass.
(intransitive) to unite or come together in one body or mass; merge; fuse; blend
1540s, from Latin coalescere “to unite, grow together, become one in growth,” from com- “together” (see co-) + alescere “to grow up” (see adolescent). Related: Coalesced; coalescing; coalescence; coalescent.
/ˈkəʊlˌfeɪs/ noun 1. the exposed seam of coal in a mine
/ˈkəʊlˌfiːld/ noun 1. an area rich in deposits of coal
noun 1. an area containing significant coal deposits.
[kohl-fish] /ˈkoʊlˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural coalfishes (especially collectively) coalfish. 1. a sablefish. 2. a pollack. /ˈkəʊlˌfɪʃ/ noun (pl) -fish, -fishes 1. a dark-coloured gadoid food fish, Pollachius virens, occurring in northern seas Also called (Brit) saithe, coley