Definition of converge
1 : to tend or move toward one point or one another : come together : meet converging paths Police cars converged on the accident scene.
2 : to come together and unite in a common interest or focus Economic forces converged to bring the country out of the recession.
3 : to approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit the series converges
: to cause to converge
Examples of converge in a Sentence
The two roads converge in the center of town.
Students converged in the parking lot to say goodbye after graduation.
Economic forces converged to bring the country out of a recession.
Many companies are combining rapidly converging communication technology into one device that can act as a phone, take photographs, and send e-mail.
Recent Examples of converge from the Web
At 6 a.m., all of the team’s cars converged on the family’s street.
Community convergesFamilies, businesses and community groups will all march in the Village of Hinsdale's Fourth of July Parade, 10-11 a.m. The march will begin on Sixth and Garfield and travel to First Street, Grant Street and back to Sixth Street.
The suit sheds disturbing new light on the police department's alleged actions on Inauguration Day, when thousands converged on the capital to protest Trump's inauguration.
Rodin Lyasoff, A3’s chief executive, says a number of developments in energy storage, electric motors, public acceptance and regulatory environment are converging to make intra-urban flying—even without pilots—possible.
Merchant also tells the origin stories of the technologies that converged into the iPhone: Gorilla Glass, motion sensors, lithium-ion batteries, ARM chips, wireless technology and so on.
Ever conscious of the billowing swells and the romantic sweep of the thematic material, the excitement converged, redirected and swelled again.
If the two sides don’t fully converge on the scope of debt easing at Thursday’s meeting, the IMF can still recommend to its board to participate in the Greek bailout by granting the program an approval in principle, the official said.
Is Becoming a Corruption Scandal CREW’s primary focus is on monitoring Trump’s business, as opposed to unearthing the truth about the nature of his relationship to Russia, but Eisen has long predicted that the two strains of inquiry would converge.
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CONVERGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of converge for English Language Learners
: to move toward one point and join together : to come together and meet
: to meet or come together to form a crowd or group
: to come together and have one interest, purpose, or goal
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