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Translation of "converge" - English-Spanish dictionary

converge

verb   /kənˈvɜːdʒ/
If lines, roads, or paths converge, they move towards the same point where they join or meet. (of lines, roads or paths) to move towards the same point and join or meet converger The paths all converge at the main gate of the park. Due to roadworks, three lanes of traffic have to converge into two. →  Compare diverge 1961
If ideas and opinions converge, they gradually become similar. converger 1961
to come from other places to meet in a particular place reunirse Ambulances, police cars, and fire engines all converged on the scene. 100,000 people are expected to converge on the town for the festival.2202
convergence noun   /kənˈvɜː.dʒəns/
(Definition of converge from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

converge

verb /kənˈvəːdʒ/
to (cause to) move towards or meet at one point convergir The roads converge in the centre of town.
convergence noun
convergencia the convergence of the two rivers.
convergent adjective
convergente convergent paths.
(Definition of converge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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