English version

cohesive

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcohesiveco‧he‧sive /kəʊˈhiːsɪv $ koʊ-/ adjective  1 connected or related in a reasonable way to form a whole a cohesive community2 uniting people or things Historically, sport has been a cohesive force in international relations.cohesively adverbcohesiveness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
cohesiveCook it a little longer until you feel the jelly has set; it should be thick and fairly cohesive.Like the Suns, the Cavaliers were shorthanded, but the visitors looked galvanized, cohesive.Members of informal groups in work organizations usually have vague group objectives, and are less cohesive and behave erratically.This attitude leads to a cohesive approach to current controversies that transcends what is supposedly liberal or conservative about these issues.The ultimate foundation of a free society is the binding tie of cohesive sentiment.The two sentences are bound together by a cohesive tie.It is such a cohesive, well-oiled unit that the band rarely has to call for outside assistance.
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