Complete Definition of "converge"

English

Etymology
From Latin convergere, from con-#Latin|con-, "together", + vergere, "to bend".

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉË(r)dÊ|-ÉË(r)dÊ

Verb
en-verb|converg|ing

  1. intransitive To approach each other; to get closer and closer.
  2. context|intransitive|mathematics (of a sequence) to have a limit.

Antonyms
to diverge

Translations
trans-top|to approach each other
Finnish: lähentyä, konvergoitua
trans-mid
German: konvergieren
Spanish: converger, parecerse
trans-bottom

trans-top|to have a limit
Finnish: supeta
trans-mid
Spanish: converger, acotar
Swedish: konvergera
trans-bottom

Derived terms
convergence

Related terms
divergence

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