converge


converge
I verb approach, approach one another, assemble, blend, bring into focus, bring near, bring together, center upon, centralize, close in upon, coalesce, coire, come closer, come to a focus, come to a point, come together, concenter, concentralize, concentrate, congregate, consolidate, convene, convocate, draw gradually together, draw in, focalize, focus, gather, in unum vergere, incline toward each other, interfuse, join together, meet, merge, taper, unite II index adjoin, border (approach), collide (crash against), concentrate (consolidate), congregate, contact (touch), convene, meet, unite

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