converge definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To have a tendency toward or approach an intersecting point: outlines that converge.
    • in the future collectively from various directions; meet: The avenues converge at a central square.
    • To have a tendency toward or attain union or a standard conclusion or outcome: eventually, our views and our efforts converged.
    • Mathematics To approach a limit.
    • To often one-point; to incline and approach nearer collectively.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to converge.
    • To cause to have a tendency to one point; to cause to incline and approach nearer collectively.
  • verb:
    • Of a couple of entities, to approach one another; to have closer and closer.
    • Of a sequence, to possess a limit.
    • Of an iterative procedure, to attain a reliable end-point.
    • come together to be able to develop just one item
    • approach a limit as the wide range of terms increases without limitation
    • move or draw collectively at a particular area
    • be adjacent or bond
  • others:
    • To often satisfy in a point or line; incline and strategy nearer together, as a couple of lines in identical plane which are not parallel, or two planes that are not synchronous; usually satisfy if extended or proceeded; figuratively, to tend or trigger a standard outcome, summary, etc.: against diverge.
    • resulting in to approach, or meet in a place.
    • In biology, to exhibit resemblances which are not passed down from a common ancestor.

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