American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To cause to be absorbed, especially in gradual stages.
- v. To combine or unite: merging two sets of data.
- v. To blend together, especially in gradual stages.
- v. To become combined or united. See Synonyms at mix.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To sink or disappear in something else; be swallowed up; lose identity or individuality: with in.
- To cause to be absorbed or engrossed; sink the identity or individuality of; make to disappear in something else: followed by in (sometimes by into): as, all fear was merged in curiosity.
- v. transitive To combine into a whole.
- v. intransitive To combine into a whole.
- v. To blend gradually into something else.
- n. A joining together of two flows.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To cause to be swallowed up; to immerse; to sink; to absorb.
- v. To be sunk, swallowed up, or lost.
- v. become one
- v. join or combine
- v. mix together different elements
- From Latin mergere. (Wiktionary)
- Latin mergere, to plunge. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Pantheism is a theory of spiritual culture, that our individuality is ours only to merge it in His, although on this line, the Christian soon parts company with the Indian pantheistic devotee, who seeks to _merge_ his consciousness in God, not to train himself into active sonship.”
“WELLINGTON: Well, we have the ability now with the Longbow to, what we call merge targets, air defense targets, which helps the Air Force.”
“Hopefully the merge is coming soon, which will revitalize the competition and pit everyone against everyone else.”
“It looks like the merge is on the horizon, so it will be interesting to see whether Sandra reveals the truth to the heroes as a way of saving her skin.”
“The merge is almost always a high, even if only for a moment.”
“The most exciting element of the merge is that it offers a chance to completely turn the game around.”
“A mail merge is when a template is merged with a database of information, such as a list of names or other unique details.”
“Opponents of the mergers feel that the real reason to merge is simply to reduce competition here at home.”
“Appleton has shown that during the day the new layer is divided into two components which again merge into one during the night.”
“Chirs may implement label merge but I don't like the idea to have different scripts in one sublabel: if (a_gui = gui1) ... if (a_gui = gui2) ...”
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