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Merge, merging, or merger may refer to:


  • Merger (politics), the combination of two or more political or administrative entities such as municipalities into a single entity
  • Merge (linguistics), a basic syntactic operation in generative syntax in the Minimalist Program
  • Merger (phonology), a type of phonological change whereby two sounds that were originally separate phonemes come to be pronounced exactly the same
  • Mergers and acquisitions, the buying, selling, dividing and combining of different companies

Computer science

  • Merge (revision control), to combine simultaneously changed files in revision control
  • Merge (software), a Virtual Machine Monitor computer package for running MS-DOS or Windows 9x on x86 processors under UNIX
  • Merge (SQL), a statement in SQL
  • Merge algorithm, an algorithm for combining two or more sorted lists into a single sorted one
  • Mail merge, the production of multiple documents from a single template form and a structured data source

Other uses

See also

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