Verb(1) be adjacent or come together(2) approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit(3) move or draw together at a certain location(4) come together so as to form a single product
(1) 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 .(2) 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.(3) Where these lines converge , there is a tunnel that opens up and moves through space and time into other dimensions.(4) Sometimes Asian performance art and body art converge with developments in the West.(5) 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.(6) This assertion raises the question of whether institutions in different locales will converge or diverge over time.(7) the powers of e therefore converge very slowly(8) And since the whole country is yearning for peace, I believe these different points of view will finally converge in a grand national consensus.(9) This is another of those interesting regions in which two very different developmental domains converge .(10) The three lines converge in a single point, which presumably corresponds to the present moment.(11) Rather it will slowly evolve as conceptual developments and research methods converge .(12) 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.(13) a pair of lines of longitude are parallel at the equator but converge toward the poles(14) It's where our main subway lines converge , where uptown meets downtown, where east meets west.(15) He also understood that horizontal lines appear to converge with distance (slope toward one another) in the direction of an eye-level.(16) the powers of E therefore converge very slowly indeed
(1) converge :: konvergerer
1. meet ::
2. close in on ::
lukke ind på
1. disband ::
2. disperse ::
Different Formsconverge, converged, converges, converging
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