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gestalt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgestaltge‧stalt /ɡəˈʃtɑːlt/ noun [countable] technical  COMPLETEMORE THAN something OR somebody ELSEa whole thing that is different from all its parts, and has qualities that are not present in any of its parts by themselves gestalt psychology
Examples from the Corpus
gestaltIt is the duty of the inventor to build a new gestalt for the old one in the framework of society.Re-arranged, the parts make up a different whole which has a different form or gestalt.
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