Definition of Merger. Meaning of Merger. Synonyms of Merger

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Definition of Merger

Merger
Merger Mer"ger, n. 1. One who, or that which, merges. 2. (Law) An absorption of one estate, or one contract, in another, or of a minor offense in a greater.

Meaning of Merger from wikipedia

- Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are business transactions in which the ownership of companies, business organizations, or their operating units are transferred...
- For a related merger not involving FACE, see near-square merger. In Wells' terminology, the /ɑː/–/ɑːr/ merger consists of the merger of the lexical sets...
- Speaker with merger: worry [ˈwɝi] Speaker without merger: worry [ˈwʌri] Problems playing these files? See media help. The hurry–furry merger occurs when...
- procedure) Merger doctrine (copyright law) Merger doctrine (criminal law) Merger doctrine (family law) Merger doctrine (property law) Merger doctrine (trust...
- meet–meat merger or the FLEECE merger is the merger of the Early Modern English vowel /eː/ (as in meat) into the vowel /iː/ (as in meet). The merger was complete...
- which started play in March 2024. The league was created following the merger of the latest incarnations of the XFL and United States Football League...
- Galaxy mergers can occur when two (or more) galaxies collide. They are the most violent type of galaxy interaction. The gravitational interactions between...
- become /w/ in most modern varieties of English is called the wine–whine merger. It is also referred to as glide cluster reduction. Before rounded vowels...
- headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. It was formed on December 9, 2013, by the merger of AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, and US Airways...
- A conglomerate merger is "any merger that is not horizontal or vertical; in general, it is the combination of firms in different industries or firms operating...