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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconjugatecon‧ju‧gate /ˈkɒndʒəɡeɪt $ ˈkɑːn-/ verb  1 [intransitive]SLG if a verb conjugates, it has different forms to show different tenses etc The verb ‘to go’ conjugates irregularly.2 [transitive]SLG if you conjugate a verb, you state the different forms that it can have→ See Verb table
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conjugateIt is caused by excessive destruction of erythrocytes at a rate that exceeds the conjugating ability of the liver.Urinary bilirubin levels are negative since the level of conjugated bilirubin is normal or only slightly increased. 238.It is then necessary for the bilirubin to be transported to the liver where it is conjugated for excretion in the bile.The majority of cortisol is either metabolized in various tissues or conjugated in the liver and excreted.Serotec has developed a new range of unlabelled and conjugated monoclonal antibodies.Bacteria can conjugate sexually and exchange genetic material through a connecting tube that forms between two cells.We have to conjugate these verbs in Latin.Bile acids in the rat are predominantly conjugated with taurine.