[ UK /mˈɜːdʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈmɝdʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈmɝdʒ/ ]
the cells merge
Germany unified officially in 1990
mix together different elements
The colors blend well
join or combine
We merged our resources
How To Use merge In A Sentence
- Because wheat emerges so quickly, weeds must be killed before drilling using tillage or contact herbicides.
- It also emerged on Tuesday that actress Sienna Miller had obtained a court ruling ordering phone operator Vodafone to disclose data relating to other users - so-called third party disclosure.
- A horizontal merger may enable the new entity to set price and output in the same manner as a single-firm monopolist, with the same consequences for consumer welfare.
- The term "strategic" came up again earlier this year, when Ontario's provincial government set up a committee to debate a proposed merger between London Stock Exchange Group PLC and TMX Group Inc., operator of Canada's flagship Toronto Stock Exchange. Canada Turns Wary Eye to Foreign Bids
- Ribs are straight or slightly biconcave and fade on the ventral surface where they merge into the lateral keel.
- A week-long state of emergency was declared, and the protests were forcibly suppressed with considerable loss of life.
- Non-emergency surgery planned over the next few days had to be cancelled because of the blood donor crisis.
- When faced with serious disasters, countries often declare a formal state of emergency.
- Figures due out on November 21 might be instructive but a merger deal is not thought likely to figure in the statement.
- This investment trust has delivered exceptional returns over the past few years by riding a wave of mergers, acquisitions and innovation. Times, Sunday Times