English translation of 'fusionner'
Verb Table intransitive verb
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Example Sentences Including 'fusionner'
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La pression de son poids sur mon corps suffit à me fusionner à lui.Tremblement de coeur
Les deux listes de gauche et une troisième soutenue par l'UDF tentent de fusionner.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Son art, sa patte c'est de faire fusionner la musique et l'éclairage.Actuel
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'fusionner' in Other Languages
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
British English: amalgamate VERB
When two or more things, especially organizations, amalgamate or are amalgamated, they become one large thing.
The firm has amalgamated with another company.
Translation of fusionner from the Collins French to English
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