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English definition of “merge-purge”

merge-purge

noun [C or U] ( also merge/purge)
 
 
IT, MARKETING the process of combining two or more lists of customer details and removing those that are not needed, for example those that appear twice: We are a worldwide leading provider of affordable merge-purge software that is easy to use.
merge-purge verb [T]
(Definition of merge-purge from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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