1‘it needed to merge with another investment bank if it was to survive’
join forces, amalgamate, consolidate, integrate, unite, unify, combine, incorporate, affiliate, coalesce, meld, agglutinate, team up, ally, league, federate
2‘a decision was taken to merge the two organizations’
amalgamate, bring together, join, consolidate, conflate, unite, combine, incorporate, coalesce, meld, pool, knit, yoke
3‘the two colours merged’
mingle, blend, fuse, fade into one another, melt into one another, run into one another, mix, intermix, intermingle, commingle, converge, integrate, coalesce, compound, homogenize, emulsify, mass, conglomerate
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.