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merge

verb uk   /mɜːdʒ/ us    /mɝːdʒ/
C2 [I or T] to combine or join together, or to cause things to do this: They decided to merge the two companies into one. The country's two biggest banks are planning to merge. After a while the narrow trail merges with a wider path. [I] US ( UK filter in) to join a line of moving traffic without causing other vehicles to slow down
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