- v be adjacent or come together
The lines converge at this point
- v approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit
- v move or draw together at a certain location
The crowd converged on the movie star
- v come together so as to form a single product
Social forces converged to bring the Fascists back to power
- But there are times in the history of a country when circumstances converge in a particular manner where people are called upon to lead historic processes.
- The obstacles hampering India's progress--poor infrastructure, weak government, searing inequality, corruption and crime--converge in Bombay.
- Finally the trucks began to growl up the narrow roads that climb to the Golden Triangle, the opium-rich territory where the borders of Thailand, Burma and Laos converge.
- John Spratt in Guardian Unlimited
We will be going our way and they will be going their way and we won't likely converge,House Budget Committee Chairman John Spratt, DS.C., said.
- Mark Zuckerberg in Times Online
There is a philosophical change; we want to converge all these different kinds of people on the website,Mr Zuckerberg said.
- John Howard in The Age
Many of the key strategic trends I have mentioned - including terrorism and extremism, challenging demographics, WMD (weapons of mass destruction) aspirations, energy demand and great-power competition - converge in the Middle East,Mr Howard...