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convolve

[kuh n-volv] /kənˈvɒlv/
verb (used without object), verb (used with object), convolved, convolving.
1.
to roll or wind together; coil; twist.
Origin
1590-1600
1590-1600; < Latin convolvere, equivalent to con- con- + volvere to roll, turn, twist
Related forms
convolvement, noun
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  • The convolution popup is used to convolve two sets.
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convolve

/kənˈvɒlv/
verb
1.
to wind or roll together; coil; twist
Word Origin
C16: from Latin convolvere; see convolute
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