- v.（使）混合( merge的过去式和过去分词 ); 相融; 融入; 渐渐消失在某物中;
The two countries merged into one.
My life merged with his.
Twilight merged into darkness.
The two firms merged last year.
The big company merged various small businesses.
The firm was merged into a bigger company.
The two roads merged into one.
Three bureaus have merged into two.
The steel trusts merged various small businesses.
The two firms have merged.
The wave merged the boat.
One colour merged into the other.
All fear was merged in curiosity.
The merged banks reckon to raise 4 billion dollars of new equity next year.
If she did all these things, maybe - maybe - Elizabeth's resolutions merged into fantasies.
她如果真按照这些做了, 也许 -- 也许 -- 伊丽莎白的决心都溶在幻想之中.
1. formed or united into a whole