Merge - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |mɜːrdʒ|  American pronunciation of the word merge
Brit.  |məːdʒ|  British pronunciation of the word merge
- become one (syn: unify, unite)
the cells merge
- mix together different elements (syn: blend, coalesce, combine, commingle, conflate, flux, fuse, meld, mix)
- join or combine (syn: unify, unite)
We merged our resources


To save the business, the owners decided to merge it with one of their competitors.

The two banks merged to form one large institution.

Many small companies have been forced to merge.

Three lanes of traffic all merge at this point.

Day slowly merged into night.

Along the coast the mountains gradually merge with the shore.

She merged into the crowd and disappeared.

The red sunset merged into / with darkness.

Our bank merged with theirs.

The bank announced that it was to merge with another of the high street banks.

The company plans to merge its subsidiaries in the US.

The villages have grown and merged together over the years.

She avoided reporters at the airport by merging into the crowds.

Memories seemed to merge with reality.

The five state banks were merged into a single conglomerate.

Word forms

I/you/we/they: merge
he/she/it: merges
present participle: merging
past tense: merged
past participle: merged
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