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convergent

[ kuhn-vur-juhnt ]
/ kənˈvɜr dʒənt /
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adjective
characterized by convergence; tending to come together; merging.
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Origin of convergent

First recorded in 1720–30, convergent is from the Late Latin word convergent- (stem of convergēns, present participle of convergere). See converge, -ent

OTHER WORDS FROM convergent

con·ver·gent·ly, adverbnon·con·ver·gent, adjectiveun·con·ver·gent, adjective
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How to use convergent in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for convergent

convergent
/ (kənˈvɜːdʒənt) /

adjective
(of two or more lines, paths, etc) moving towards or meeting at some common point
(of forces, ideas, etc) tending towards the same result; merging
maths (of an infinite series) having a finite limit
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