Definition of 'merge'
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Neptune merges with the moon to double your creativity. The Sun (2016)Jupiter merges with the moon to add luck and understanding to love relationships and working partnerships. The Sun (2016)He blamed the accidental merging of two pieces of information. The Sun (2016)The moon merges with Jupiter to help you get what you want and need in all relationships. The Sun (2017)Serious Saturn merges with the moon in your job chart. The Sun (2016)They had moved to a modern four-storey house with tiled floors and western lavatories and their village had merged with two neighbouring ones. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Saturn merges with the moon in your talk chart and though you come across as calm and friendly, people take what you say seriously. The Sun (2017)There are probably cuts to be made in logistics, by merging the two distribution networks, but they are hard to ascertain at this stage. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Mercury merges with the sun to give you an independent attitude. The Sun (2014)The process is many times more fraught than merging two banks. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This can include two different households merging into one. The Sun (2014)They also want to merge to protect themselves from takeovers by the biggest companies in the sector. The Sun (2016)His pale brown friends and relations merge into the background and into the crowd. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This is because when a fund is merged or closed its track record usually ceases to exist. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Saturn merges with the moon to double your determination and a delayed project gets moving. The Sun (2012)The days just merged one into the other. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What seems obvious though is the complexity of the process by which the banks will actually merge. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Jupiter merges with the sun and inspires brilliant ideas and study plans. The Sun (2012)It would be better to merge the two. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The city and the university merge into one. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There is also concern that merging the various agencies may present insurmountable practical difficulties. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Do not just merge the navy and air force: merge all three. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In the postwar period they gradually merged with the Conservatives until they disappeared altogether. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Gradually, this merged with his appetite for sailing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A company that buys undervalued life insurers and merges them to make a more profitable entity. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A wicketkeeper who merges into the background is a good one. Times, Sunday Times (2014)My life merged with his. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)After the war the military and political intelligence bodies were merged to form the Information Committee. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'merge'
British English: merge /mɜːdʒ/ VERB
If one thing merges with another, or is mergedwith another, they combine or come together to make one whole thing. You can also say that two things merge, or are merged.
The bank merged with a rival bank last year.
He sees sense in merging the two agencies while both are new.
- American English: merge
- Arabic: يَنْدَمِجُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: fundir negócio
- Chinese: 合并
- Croatian: udružiti
- Czech: sloučit (se)
- Danish: smelte sammen
- Dutch: fuseren
- European Spanish: fusionar
- Finnish: yhdistyä
- French: fusionner
- German: verschmelzen
- Greek: συγχωνεύω
- Italian: fondere
- Japanese: 合併する
- Korean: 합병하다
- Norwegian: slå sammen
- Polish: połączyć zlewać
- European Portuguese: fundir negócio
- Romanian: a fuziona
- Russian: соединять(ся)
- Spanish: fusionar
- Swedish: fusionera
- Thai: รวมเข้าด้วยกัน
- Turkish: birleşmek
- Ukrainian: зливати(ся)
- Vietnamese: kết hợp
Definition of merge from the Collins English Dictionary
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