A merger of technique and creativity.
- A combining of two or more companies, corporations, etc. into one, as by issuing stock of the controlling corporation to replace the greater part of that of the other or others.
- The absorption of one estate, interest, obligation, contract, etc. in another, or of a lesser offense in a greater.
An example of a merger is two law firms joining into one.
Club mergers reduced the number of teams by half.
The cot-caught merger.
Other Word Forms
Origin of merger
- merge +"Ž -er