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From Latin mergere.

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Infinitive
to Merge

Third person singular
Merges

Simple past
merged

Past participle
merged

Present participle
merging

to Merge (third-person singular simple present Merges, present participle merging, simple past and past participle merged)
  1. (transitive) To combine into a whole.
    Headquarters merged the operations of the three divisions.
  2. (intransitive) To combine into a whole.
    The two companies merged.
  3. To blend gradually into something else.
    The lanes of traffic merged, using the "zipper procedure".
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Singular
Merge

Plural
Merges

Merge (plural Merges)
  1. A joining together of two flows.
    There are often accidents at that traffic merge.

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merge

  1. Third-person singular present tense of mergere.

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From Latin mergere.

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  • IPA: /'mer.ʤe/

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Patrono:Ro-verb

  1. to go
    merg la Bucureşti mâine
    I’m going to Bucharest tomorrow.
    merg să mă întâlnesc cu soţul surorii mele
    I’m going to meet my sister’s husband.

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Patrono:Ro-conj-e

et:merge el:merge fa:merge fr:merge io:merge kn:merge lt:merge hu:merge ml:merge pl:merge pt:merge ro:merge fi:merge ta:merge te:merge vi:merge zh:merge

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