(cause two things to) come together and combine; fade or change gradually (into sth else)
"Germany unified officially in 1990"
"the cells merge"
"The colors blend well"
"We merged our resources"
The patriotism of the citizen ennobles, but does not merge, the individual energy of the man.
The war between Britain and Spain..was soon merged in a general European struggle.
出自： W. S. Churchill
His face was a mess. The stings and constellations of pimples were merged.
出自： B. Bainbridge
As if trying to merge herself with the rows of books behind her.
出自： B. Pym
Bromley Council wants to merge the school with nearby Ramsden Boys'.
Where does this stream merge into the Rhine?
Twilight merged into darkness.
夕阳的光辉没于黑暗中。 merge sth into sth
We can merge our two small businesses into a large one.
The council are going to merge our school into the new county school.
The firm was merged into a bigger company.