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How to Pronounce coheres?

Correct pronunciation for the word "coheres" is [kə͡ʊhˈi͡əz], [kə‍ʊhˈi‍əz], [k_əʊ_h_ˈiə_z].

"Coheres" in context

Cohesion is the state of being held truly together, with firmly attached elements. It typically involves strong connections that create bonds between entities. Cohesion is often used to describe the stickiness of elements being held together, such as the force between particles that keeps a solid structure together. In the context of society, cohesion often involves the links and bonds which jointly bind individuals throughout their lives, while in the context of language it is the relationship between words, clauses, and sentences. Cohesion can also be used to describe the breaking down of the links that maintain a unity of body or complex form.

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Usage over time for coheres:

This graph shows how "coheres" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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