What is the opposite of split?

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Opposite of to forcibly break into parts, especially into halves or along the grain
“Hot crimping makes it easier to join the wires to one another and to the terminals with a strong mechanical connection that will withstand the stress placed on them during use.”
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Opposite of to fracture into parts, especially into halves or along the grain
“Individually each Constructicon transforms from robot to construction vehicle and back again and collectively they combine to form the mighty Devastator.”
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Opposite of to go in different directions
“The lines converge at their ends, where a complete set of seats is palletized and put on a rack for shipment.”
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Opposite of to allocate or distribute among several parties
“We would combine our incomes and each of us would have the same amount for our weekly allowance.”
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Opposite of to leave or separate from a group that one is associated with
“Tormund has played a crucial role in getting the Free Folk to unite with Jon Snow and their sworn enemies, the Night's Watch.”
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Opposite of to break up with, or get a divorce from
“He bought her a Ferrari and, after a whirlwind five-month romance, he jetted her off to Las Vegas to marry in a secret ceremony.”
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(slang, informal) Opposite of to leave a place
“He pleaded for me to stay, saying he enjoys my energy and how cool I am and that he wanted to continue the night.”
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(slang, informal) Opposite of to leave a place
“They would eventually arrive, whereupon they were greeted with a warm welcome.”
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Opposite of to betray the secrets of, or to inform on someone
“The letter shows how far she is willing to defend him, despite her strong suspicions of his guilt of earlier crimes.”
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Opposite of to separate or break apart into two or more parts
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Opposite of to break or destroy the structure of
“It is important to repair the muscle layer competently, to prevent dead spaces that can lead to hematomas forming and infection developing.”
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Opposite of to depart or run away, especially secretly
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Opposite of to retreat or flee from a (hostile) place or situation
“Then he commanded the soldiers to advance, bearing shields so that they were all standing on the river bank.”
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Opposite of to split or withdraw from a union, alliance or organization
“He wanted to join the Star Knights, the fabled special forces unit comprised of only the strongest and most valiant soldiers.”
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Opposite of to flee or run away
“We all quickly moved forward down a small ravine and then started up and were told to hold ground.”
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Opposite of part ways
Noun
Opposite of an irregular, usually narrow, break in a surface
“A rust or a galvanic cell reaction could develop at the juncture between the screw and the stud.”
Noun
Opposite of a division in a group or the smaller group resulting from such a division
“The interim Duluth Police Chief knows the importance of a strong union between his department and the federal agents in town.”
Noun
Opposite of a forking into two separate paths or directions
“The church may still be seen from the lines of old roads and sometimes from the convergence of footpaths from outlying hamlets.”
Noun
Opposite of an ending of a marriage or relationship
“The foundation of his career was his marriage to the granddaughter of the master of Loudoun, a baroness in her own right.”
Noun
Opposite of the action or state of moving apart, or being moved apart
“The most important use for the Carrick bend that comes to mind is the unification of two towing lines or anchor cables.”
Noun
Opposite of the action of separating something into parts or the process of being separated
Noun
Opposite of a space or gap that allows passage or access
Noun
Opposite of an organized competition or activity usually performed for the enjoyment of a mass of people
“Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic engaged in some funny banter during an exhibition that was organized on the eve of The Australian Open.”
Noun
Opposite of income, typically derived an investment or business
“It is common for most companies to report a loss in their first year.”
Noun
Opposite of an individual's allotment from a collective pool (usually of money)
“Arthur Morgan's final take was only a fraction of the entire pool that the gang had acquired.”
Adjective
Opposite of having been physically split, splintered or torn
“It required a special microscope and tools that enabled her to use extremely tiny stitches to hold the reconnected tissues.”
Adjective
Opposite of being in a state of disagreement
“After the score was announced, Louis had won a controversial unanimous decision.”
Adjective
Opposite of cut open
Adjective
Opposite of that splits into two or more directions, or parts
Adjective
Opposite of of, pertaining to, or caused by factions
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