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reconsolidation

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

reconsolidate +‎ -ion

NounEdit

reconsolidation (countable and uncountable, plural reconsolidations)

  1. Consolidation again, after an intervening period of breakup or dispersal
    • 2007 April 28, Matt Richtel, “AT&T Chief Who Weathered a Sea Change Is Retiring in June”, New York Times:
      The industry he leaves is markedly changed from the one he joined, given the breakup of the Bell System, the reconsolidation of the industry and the now-powerful influence of cellphones and the Internet.

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