verb (used with object), merged, merg·ing.
verb (used without object), merged, merg·ing.
Words nearby merge
Origin of merge
OTHER WORDS FROM merge
Examples from the Web for merges
He calmly offered his vision of an ideology that merges libertarian values with social conservative virtue.
Benetton is using technology that merges real and virtual worlds.
It is born entirely free from that communistic fatalism which merges the being of each in the life of all.The Insect|Jules Michelet
But it is faint, the Great Bear was stepping lightly and here is where it merges with the trail of the warriors.The Masters of the Peaks|Joseph A. Altsheler
The experienced would have recognized in him the youth who merges into manhood.Child of a Century, Complete|Alfred de Musset
Merges and others escaping in aeroplanes and in cars are with few exceptions caught.
Merges himself, subsequently, is released by friendly jailers.