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merge

 (mûrj)
v. merged, merg·ing, merg·es
v.tr.
To combine or unite into a single entity: merging two sets of data; merging two hospitals.
v.intr.
To become combined or united: "All the shadows on the wall shiver and merge into a single dark silhouette" (Chitra Divakaruni). See Synonyms at mix.

[Latin mergere, to plunge.]

mer′gence n.

merge

(mɜːdʒ)
vb
1. to meet and join or cause to meet and join
2. to blend or cause to blend; fuse
[C17: from Latin mergere to plunge]
ˈmergence n

merge

(mɜrdʒ)

v. merged, merg•ing. v.t.
1. to cause to combine or coalesce; unite.
2. to combine, blend, or unite gradually so as to blur the differences of.
v.i.
3. to become combined, united, or absorbed; lose identity by blending.
4. to combine or unite into a single organization, body, etc.: The two firms merged.
[1630–40; < Latin mergere to dip, immerse]
mer′gence, n.

merge

- From Latin mergere, "dip, plunge," it first meant "immerse (oneself)."
See also related terms for plunge.

merge


Past participle: merged
Gerund: merging

Imperative
merge
merge
Present
I merge
you merge
he/she/it merges
we merge
you merge
they merge
Preterite
I merged
you merged
he/she/it merged
we merged
you merged
they merged
Present Continuous
I am merging
you are merging
he/she/it is merging
we are merging
you are merging
they are merging
Present Perfect
I have merged
you have merged
he/she/it has merged
we have merged
you have merged
they have merged
Past Continuous
I was merging
you were merging
he/she/it was merging
we were merging
you were merging
they were merging
Past Perfect
I had merged
you had merged
he/she/it had merged
we had merged
you had merged
they had merged
Future
I will merge
you will merge
he/she/it will merge
we will merge
you will merge
they will merge
Future Perfect
I will have merged
you will have merged
he/she/it will have merged
we will have merged
you will have merged
they will have merged
Future Continuous
I will be merging
you will be merging
he/she/it will be merging
we will be merging
you will be merging
they will be merging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been merging
you have been merging
he/she/it has been merging
we have been merging
you have been merging
they have been merging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been merging
you will have been merging
he/she/it will have been merging
we will have been merging
you will have been merging
they will have been merging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been merging
you had been merging
he/she/it had been merging
we had been merging
you had been merging
they had been merging
Conditional
I would merge
you would merge
he/she/it would merge
we would merge
you would merge
they would merge
Past Conditional
I would have merged
you would have merged
he/she/it would have merged
we would have merged
you would have merged
they would have merged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.merge - become one; "Germany unified officially in 1990"; "the cells merge"
consolidate - unite into one; "The companies consolidated"
consubstantiate - become united in substance; "thought and the object consubstantiate"
syncretise, syncretize - unite (beliefs or conflicting principles)
converge - come together so as to form a single product; "Social forces converged to bring the Fascists back to power"
federate, federalise, federalize - enter into a league for a common purpose; "The republics federated to become the Soviet Union"
integrate - become one; become integrated; "The students at this school integrate immediately, despite their different backgrounds"
coalesce - fuse or cause to grow together
2.merge - mix together different elementsmerge - mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
change integrity - change in physical make-up
gauge - mix in specific proportions; "gauge plaster"
absorb - cause to become one with; "The sales tax is absorbed into the state income tax"
meld, melt - lose its distinct outline or shape; blend gradually; "Hundreds of actors were melting into the scene"
mix in, blend in - cause (something) to be mixed with (something else); "At this stage of making the cake, blend in the nuts"
accrete - grow together (of plants and organs); "After many years the rose bushes grew together"
conjugate - unite chemically so that the product is easily broken down into the original compounds
admix - mix or blend; "Hyaline casts were admixed with neutrophils"
alloy - make an alloy of
syncretise, syncretize - become fused
3.merge - join or combinemerge - join or combine; "We merged our resources"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
consolidate - bring together into a single whole or system; "The town and county schools are being consolidated"
weld - unite closely or intimately; "Her gratitude welded her to him"
consubstantiate - unite in one common substance; "Thought is consubstantiated with the object"

merge

verb
1. combine, blend, fuse, amalgamate, unite, join, mix, consolidate, mingle, converge, coalesce, melt into, meld, intermix The two countries merged into one.
combine part, separate, divide, diverge
2. join, unite, combine, consolidate, fuse He wants to merge the two agencies.
join part, separate, divide, detach, sever
3. melt, blend, incorporate, mingle, tone with, be swallowed up by, become lost in His features merged into the darkness.

merge

verb
To put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous:
Translations
يَدْمِج، يَنْدَمِجيَنْدَمِجُيَنْدَمِج ، يَخْتَفييَنْدَمِج، يَتَغَيَّر تَدْريجيّا
sloučitsplývatztratit seplynule přecházet
smelte sammenflyde sammenglide over
liittääyhdistyä
udružiti
beolvadelvegyül
blandast inn írenna inn í, verîa aîsameina; blandast, renna saman
合併する
합병하다
pamažu virstisulietisusijungimassusilieti
izgaist, pazustpamazām pārtaptsaplūst
združiti se
fusionerasammansmälta
รวมเข้าด้วยกัน
birleşmek-e dönmekkarışıp kaybolmak
kết hợp

merge

[mɜːdʒ]
A. VT
1. (Comm) → fusionar, unir
2. (Comput) [+ text, files] → fusionar
B. VI
1. [colours, sounds, shapes] → fundirse; [roads] → empalmar
to merge into the backgroundconfundirse con el fondo
the bird merged into its background of leavesel pájaro se confundía or mimetizaba con el fondo de hojas
this question merges into a bigger oneesta cuestión queda englobada en otra mayor
2. [companies, organizations, parties] → fusionarse
to merge with another companyfusionarse con otra empresa
C. N (Comput) → fusión f

merge

[ˈmɜːrdʒ]
vt
[+ companies, organizations] → fusionner
to merge sth with sth → fusionner qch avec qch
to be merged with sth → fusionner avec qch
Holborn was merged with two other London boroughs → Holborn a fusionné avec deux autres arrondissements.
(COMPUTING) [+ files] → fusionner
vi
(= become one) (gen)se fondre; [rivers, motorways] → se rejoindre
The rivers merge just north of here → Les fleuves se rejoignent à quelque distance au nord d'ici.
to merge with sth → se fondre avec qch
My life merged with his → Ma vie s'est fondue avec la sienne.
(= combine) [companies, banks] → fusionner
to merge with sth → fusionner avec qch
merge into
vt fusfusionner en
The two countries merged into one → Les deux pays ont fusionné en un seul.
to merge into the background → se fondre dans le décor
He merged into the background → Il se fondit dans le décor.

merge

vi
(= come together)zusammenkommen; (colours)ineinander übergehen; (roads)zusammenlaufen or -führen; (US Aut) → sich einordnen; to merge with somethingmit etw verschmelzen, sich mit etw vereinen; (colour) → in etw (acc)übergehen; (road) → in etw (acc)einmünden; to merge (in) with/into the crowdin der Menge untergehen/untertauchen; to merge into somethingin etw (acc)übergehen; the bird merged in with its background of leavesder Vogel verschmolz mit dem Laubwerk im Hintergrund; “motorways merge„Autobahneinmündung“; to merge to the left (US Aut) → sich links einordnen
vt
(= bring together)miteinander vereinen or verbinden or verschmelzen; colours(miteinander) verschmelzen, ineinander übergehen lassen; metalslegieren; (Comput) fileszusammenführen; to merge something with somethingetw mit etw vereinen or verbinden or verschmelzen; → etw in etw (acc)übergehen lassen
(Comm) → zusammenschließen, fusionieren; they were merged into one companysie wurden zu einer Firma zusammengeschlossen; they were merged with …sie haben mit … fusioniert

merge

[mɜːdʒ]
1. vt (Comm) → fondere, unire (Comput) (files, text) → unire
2. vi
a. (colours, sounds, shapes) to merge (into, with)fondersi (con), confondersi (con)
to merge (with) (roads) → unirsi (a) (river) → confluire (in)
b. (Comm) → fondersi, unirsi

merge

(məːdʒ) verb
1. to (cause to) combine or join. The sea and sky appear to merge at the horizon.
2. (with into) to change gradually into something else. Summer slowly merged into autumn.
3. (with into etc) to disappear into (eg a crowd, back-ground etc). He merged into the crowd.
ˈmerger noun
a joining together of business firms. There's been a merger between two companies.

merge

يَنْدَمِجُ sloučit (se) smelte sammen verschmelzen συγχωνεύω fusionar yhdistyä fusionner udružiti fondere 合併する 합병하다 fuseren slå sammen połączyć fundir соединять(ся) fusionera รวมเข้าด้วยกัน birleşmek kết hợp 合并

merge

vt. unir, unificar.
References in classic literature ?
Simplify your complicated interests, feelings, thoughts, wishes, aims; merge all considerations in one purpose: that of fulfilling with effect-- with power--the mission of your great Master.
He trod about the floor while putting by his lantern and throwing aside his hat and sack, so as to merge the marks of Dunstan's feet on the sand in the marks of his own nailed boots.
It was this deficiency, I considered, while running over in thought the perfect keeping of the character of the premises with the accredited character of the people, and while speculating upon the possible influence which the one, in the long lapse of centuries, might have exercised upon the other--it was this deficiency, perhaps, of collateral issue, and the consequent undeviating transmission, from sire to son, of the patrimony with the name, which had, at length, so identified the two as to merge the original title of the estate in the quaint and equivocal appellation of the "House of Usher"--an appellation which seemed to include, in the minds of the peasantry who used it, both the family and the family mansion.
And presently, as today, she found the features of Korak slowly dissolve and merge into those of another, and the figure of a tanned, half- naked tarmangani become a khaki clothed Englishman astride a hunting pony.
As the evening fell it began to get very cold, and the growing twilight seemed to merge into one dark mistiness the gloom of the trees, oak, beech, and pine, though in the valleys which ran deep between the spurs of the hills, as we ascended through the Pass, the dark firs stood out here and there against the background of late-lying snow.
The Planctae, or Wanderers, merge into Scylla and Charybdis, and the alternative between them and something untold merges into the alternative whether Ulysses had better choose Scylla or Charybdis.
I was making money at this business when, in an evil moment, I was induced to merge it in the Cur-Spattering -- a somewhat analogous, but, by no means, so respectable a profession.
By a transition readily understood, and which might have been as readily foreseen, we have been brought to merge in simple show our notions of taste itself
and the deeper I went into it the more my being seemed to merge itself in it, and the more alarmed I became.
Then, too," continued the Lotharian, "there is always the hope, which with us is little short of belief, that some day these materializations will merge into the real--that they will remain, some of them, after we have dissolved their fellows, and that thus we shall have discovered a means for perpetuating our dying race.
Bulstrode had gone on to particulars in the expectation that these would work strongly on Ladislaw, and merge other feelings in grateful acceptance.
Behind us lay the broad inland sea, curving upward in the horizonless distance to merge into the blue of the sky, so that for all the world it looked as though the sea lapped back to arch completely over us and disappear beyond the distant mountains at our backs--the weird and uncanny aspect of the seascapes of Pellucidar balk description.