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.
Origin and Etymology of converge
Late Latin convergere, from Latin com- + vergere to bend, incline — more at wrench
First Known Use: 1691
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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