Translation of converge in Spanish:

converge

converger, v.

Pronunciation /kənˈvəːdʒ//kənˈvərdʒ/

intransitive verb

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    (lines/roads) converger
    (lines/roads) convergir
    (crowd/armies) reunirse
    they all converged on the square todos se reunieron en la plaza
    • Landing here there are two possible ways on, both routes eventually converging in the same place.
    • Longitude lines converge; latitude lines don't.
    • Where these lines converge, there is a tunnel that opens up and moves through space and time into other dimensions.
    • This will involve three separate marches converging on the city centre.
    • Forces and trends that will make capital punishment one of the defining issues of the coming year are converging from several directions.
    • You currently have all the blocks moving from different directions converging on the Arctic by large angles, yet the Arctic itself got bigger.
    • He also understood that horizontal lines appear to converge with distance (slope toward one another) in the direction of an eye-level.
    • Instead, it is a collection of rules and practices employed by various partisans at different times that converge to shape the electorate in a single campaign.
    • The three lines converge in a single point, which presumably corresponds to the present moment.
    • Another feature that one would expect of such a space is that lines that started off in the same direction would converge and eventually meet.
    • And it really is kind of symbolic of how in life in one little moment so many different lives can be converging, can be affecting each other without knowing.
    • Pre-existing winds, those not created by the storm, are relatively light, converging or coming together near the surface from different directions.
    • Masses of people converged on the city centre to a feast of entertainment and fun.
    • Squatters had occupied the building earlier that morning, but were cleared out within 15 minutes of police converging on the scene.
    • That they were prevented from converging on their target destination left the protesters no option but to stage their demonstrations where they were.
    • They quickly spread outwards into ten lights in each direction, and then converged into two lights as if lining up.
    • While it seems self-apparent that parallel lines will never converge, later mathematicians were caught up in studying this particular axiom in more depth.
    • One hundred and fifty people converged together to try to convert some creative initiatives into commercial reality.
    • In the first place, a large number of people, machines, and materials must converge and act together for it to come into existence at all.
    • As the clock ticks towards midday, tour groups converge from every direction on St Mary's, the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin, to witness the opening of the high altar.
    • For beginners to this study, it sometimes gets confusing with all the lines converging and diverging to and from each other.
    • As the harvesting effort is increased, the two equilibrium points eventually converge to one point, at which there is a catastrophe.
    • Over 2,000 people of Indian origin worldwide are converging on the capital.
    • Even the smallest amount of food left out after a meal would very quickly become the centre of a heaving mass of voracious brown bodies, with long lines of ants converging from all corners.
    • The couple joined an estimated 530,000 protesters who started converging on Victoria Park well before 3pm.
    • At the venue later, a stagehand tells me that the airlines flying into Reno used to have lots of problems because of all the bowlers converging on this city.
    • Meanwhile the battle for votes in the area has intensified, with teams of canvassers from all parties converging on both town and country in search of support.
    • The random walk eventually converges to a stationary distribution.
    • The rostrum is longer than wide; its lateral borders slightly converge anteriorly.
    • The more often these lines converge at or near a single price level, the more significant and therefore reliable they become in determining potential pause or reversal points.
    • Ahead, the two low lines of the estuary converged and were lost in the distance in a mist.
    • Supporters had converged on the centre from every corner of Greater Manchester.
    • The medium, whether air or water, flows smoothly over top and bottom, and the flow lines converge toward their initial spacing and position.
    • And if you tilt your camera to take a picture of a building or a monument, vertical lines will converge and rectangles turn into trapezoids.
    • Do this several times to different sets of receding lines in the picture and then draw a line connecting all the places where the lines converge.
    • As it is, auroras on Earth follow magnetic lines of force that converge at the north and south magnetic poles.
    • Instead we spilled out of the coaches earlier and joined the throngs already converging on the city centre by foot.
    • It was one of those rare moments of my life when people I knew from completely different spheres somehow managed to all converge on one spot.
    • But it was still not time - darkness had not yet fully fallen - and as every minute passed more and more people were converging on the riverfront.
    • But, the sea of people converging on the floor may have engulfed them because I don't see them any more.
    • All the waters will converge in one direction sweeping away all obstacles.
    • Yes, there were thousands and thousands of people converging on inner-city Atlanta for the tournament you're talking about.
    • By mid-day ambulances, fire engines and police vehicles from all over the county were converging on the city.
    • The city is made of people who converge, coming from different parts of the State.
    • It's where our main subway lines converge, where uptown meets downtown, where east meets west.
    • Until then, the area had been routinely clogged by traffic converging from five directions.
    • With hordes of people converging on these malls at once, the traffic situation becomes unmanageable leading to endless traffic jams and chaos.
    • At the breakdown our back row would then be converging from two different directions.
    • They exchange as many as 5 to 15 messages throughout the day that progressively narrows in on a time and place, two points eventually converging in a coordinated dance through the urban jungle.
    • The lake was developed to a rowing racing standard and on August 4, fifteen different nations converged for the opening heats.
    • Eventually all plot strands converge in a climax of mayhem and carnage and everything gets ‘sorted’.
    • Because of these concerns converging together in recent weeks, anxiety about the direction of the country has escalated.
    • According to the principles of geometric perspective, parallel lines appear to converge at a single point in space, known as the vanishing point, as they recede from the viewer.
    • With the shoreline coming to a point, currents from both the north and south converge and flow seaward resulting in clear water and a concentration of nutrients to initiate an abundant food chain.
    • The key, however, is that on some level these different sounds must converge in the listener's mind and make sense together.
    • The bike ride represented the first major clash between police and demonstrators converging on the city for the convention.
    • When they meet, tens of thousands of fevered supporters converge on an intimidating stadium believing it to be the greatest derby on earth.
    • Yet as the party faithful and more than 200,000 protestors converge on the city, the President will arrive in New York needing a triumph.
    • Everything about New York's Madison Square Garden is unique, from the design of its circular ceiling to the fact that three railroad and seven subway lines converge beneath it.
    • In truth, they were supposed to be stationed at every twenty metres along the wall, but they all converged together out of sheer boredom.