See also: Amalgam
Usually the amalgam term indicates a combination of two different elements. From there it can also indicate confusion, often voluntary and sometimes malintentionnée, of two different ideas. More simply, to make an amalgam between two things, it is " rapprocher" these two things without they not being naturally dependant, and without it being reasonably possible to bind them between them.
In Semantic, the amalgamates indicates a Confusion of a semantic nature.
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