merge

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merge(
muhrj
)
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (to combine)
a. unir
The senator proposed that we merge all veterans organizations into one.El senador propuso que unamos todas las organizaciones de veteranos en una sola.
The two companies announced that they're going to merge and create one big conglomerate.Las dos compañías anunciaron que van a unirse y crear un gran conglomerado.
b. combinar
If you merge these colors, you will get a lighter tone of brown.Si combinas estos colores, te dará un tono más claro de café.
c. fusionar
Alone these companies would go under, but if we merge them, they will prosper.Solas estas empresas se acabarían, pero si las fusionamos, van a prosperar.
d. fundir
My wife and I decided to merge our checking accounts.Mi esposa y yo decidimos fundir las cuentas corrientes.
2. (computing)
a. fusionar
I want to merge the files and not overwrite them.Quiero fusionar los archivos y no sobrescribirlos.
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
3. (to combine)
a. fundirse
Textures, colors, and shapes merge into a unique environment in our hotel lobby.Texturas, colores y formas se fundan en un entorno único en el lobby del hotel.
b. mimetizar
My gray tennis shoes seem to merge with the asphalt.Mis tenis grises parecen mimetizarse con el asfalto.
c. fusionarse
The gardening and maintenance departments merged.Los departamentos de jardinería y mantenimiento se fusionaron.
d. unirse
The two biggest axle manufacturers merged.Los dos mayores fabricantes de ejes se unieron.
e. confluir
Five lanes merge into three at that intersection.En esa intersección, confluyen cinco carriles en tres.
f. perderse
Graciela wore a red dress to stand out at the party, but she just merged into a sea of red dresses.Graciela se puso un vestido rojo para destacarse en la fiesta, pero sólo se perdió en un mar de vestidos rojos.
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merge
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
transitive verb
1. (in general)
a. fundir
2. (companies, organizations)
a. fusionar
3. (computers)
a. fusionar, unir (files)
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
intransitive verb
4. (in general)
a. fundirse
5. (companies, banks)
a. fusionarse
to merge into the backgroundperderse de vista
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merge [mɜːdʒ]
transitive verb
1 (Comm) fusionar; unir
2 (Comput) [+text, files] fusionar
intransitive verb
1 [+colours, sounds, shapes] fundirse; [+roads] empalmar
to merge into the background confundirse con el fondo; the bird merged into its background of leaves el pájaro se confundía or mimetizaba con el fondo de hojas; this question merges into a bigger one esta cuestión queda englobada en otra mayor
2 [+companies, organizations, parties] fusionarse
to merge with another company fusionarse con otra empresa
noun
(Comput) fusión (f)
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