merge ( merges 3rd person present) ( merging present participle) ( merged past tense & past participle )
1 v-recip If one thing mergeswith 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.
Bank of America merged with a rival bank... V with n
The rivers merge just north of a vital irrigation system... pl-n V
The two countries merged into one... pl-n V into n
He sees sense in merging the two agencies while both are new... V pl-n
Then he showed me how to merge the graphic with text on the same screen. V n with n, Also V pl-n into n
2 v-recip If one sound, colour, or object merges into another, the first changes so gradually into the second that you do not notice the change. Like a chameleon, he could merge unobtrusively into the background... V into n His features merged with the darkness... V with n Night and day begin to merge. pl-n V
Mail merge is a word processing procedure which enables you to combine a document with a data file, for example a list of names and addresses, so that copies of the document are different for each person it is sent to. (COMPUTING) n-uncount
He sent every member of staff a mail-merge letter wishing them a merry Christmas!
Traduction Dictionnaire Collins Anglais pour Apprenants
amalgamate, become lost in, be swallowed up by, blend, coalesce, combine, consolidate, converge, fuse, incorporate, intermix, join, meet, meld, melt into, mingle, mix, tone with, unite
detach, diverge, divide, part, separate, sever
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