Third-person singular simple present indicative form of conflate.(verb)
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Use "conflates" in a sentence
"The title conflates several emblematic gay rom-coms."
"The popular fury against ‘banksters’, which conflates hostility to the established financial complex with hostility to the profession of banking as such, bothers me for similar reasons- it’s about “how dare your loyalties be ‘impersonal’, or outside our community”- the term conflates that which is economic without being civic with the criminal."
"Like, during a debate, when he again conflates Iraqi insurgents with Al-Qaeda."