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converge

## converge

```  3  definitions  found

From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]:

Converge  \Con*verge"\,  v.  t.
To  cause  to  tend  to  one  point;  to  cause  to  incline  and
approach  nearer  together.

I  converge  its  rays  to  a  focus  of  dazzling  brilliancy.
--Tyndall.

From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]:

Converge  \Con*verge"\,  v.  i.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Converged};  p.  pr  &
vb  n.  {Converging}.]  [Pref.  con-  +  L.  vergere  to  turn,
incline;  cf  F.  converger.  See  {Verge},  v.  i.]
To  tend  to  one  point;  to  incline  and  approach  nearer
together;  as  lines  converge.

The  mountains  converge  into  a  single  ridge.
--Jefferson.

From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]:

converge
v  1:  be  adjacent  or  come  together;  "The  lines  converge  at  this
point"  [syn:  {meet}]  [ant:  {diverge},  {diverge}]
2:  in  mathematics:  approach  a  limit  as  the  number  of  terms
increases  without  limit  [ant:  {diverge}]
3:  move  or  draw  together  at  a  certain  location;  "The  crowd
converged  on  the  movie  star"  [ant:  {diverge}]
4:  come  together  so  as  to  form  a  single  product;  "Social  forces
converged  to  bring  the  Fascists  back  to  power"
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