Böj "to merge" - engelskt verb

Infinitiv: to merge (merged|merged) Conjugation of merge (Export PDF)

Böjning av verbet "to merge"

Present
Imerge
youmerge
he/she/itmerges
wemerge
youmerge
theymerge
Present continuous
Iam merging
youare merging
he/she/itis merging
weare merging
youare merging
theyare merging
Simple past
Imerged
youmerged
he/she/itmerged
wemerged
youmerged
theymerged
Past continuous
Iwas merging
youwere merging
he/she/itwas merging
wewere merging
youwere merging
theywere merging
Present perfect
Ihave merged
youhave merged
he/she/ithas merged
wehave merged
youhave merged
theyhave merged
Present perfect continuous
Ihave been merging
youhave been merging
he/she/ithas been merging
wehave been merging
youhave been merging
theyhave been merging
Past perfect
Ihad merged
youhad merged
he/she/ithad merged
wehad merged
youhad merged
theyhad merged
Past perfect continuous
Ihad been merging
youhad been merging
he/she/ithad been merging
wehad been merging
youhad been merging
theyhad been merging
Future
Iwill merge
youwill merge
he/she/itwill merge
wewill merge
youwill merge
theywill merge
Future continuous
Iwill be merging
youwill be merging
he/she/itwill be merging
wewill be merging
youwill be merging
theywill be merging
Future perfect
Iwill have merged
youwill have merged
he/she/itwill have merged
wewill have merged
youwill have merged
theywill have merged
Future perfect continuous
Iwill have been merging
youwill have been merging
he/she/itwill have been merging
wewill have been merging
youwill have been merging
theywill have been merging
Conditional present
Iwould merge
youwould merge
he/she/itwould merge
wewould merge
youwould merge
theywould merge
Conditional perfect
Iwould have merged
youwould have merged
he/she/itwould have merged
wewould have merged
youwould have merged
theywould have merged
Conditional present progressive
Iwould be merging
youwould be merging
he/she/itwould be merging
wewould be merging
youwould be merging
theywould be merging
Conditional perfect progressive
Iwould have been merging
youwould have been merging
he/she/itwould have been merging
wewould have been merging
youwould have been merging
theywould have been merging
Present subjunctive
Imerge
youmerge
he/she/itmerge
wemerge
youmerge
theymerge
Past subjunctive
Imerged
youmerged
he/she/itmerged
wemerged
youmerged
theymerged
Past perfect subjunctive
Ihad merged
youhad merged
he/she/ithad merged
wehad merged
youhad merged
theyhad merged
Imperative
youmerge
weLet´s merge
youmerge
Present participle
merging
Past participle
merged

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Exempelmeningar (Engelska) för "to merge"

Ultimately they will have to merge.
All I have to do is merge the spaces.
After all, it is not a crime for companies to merge.
In the submenu, choose Merge, Subtract or Intersect.
In future, we could merge Mr Rehn's and Mr Barnier's posts.
Click on the starting point and the outline range will merge.
It is easy to merge these documents into your original.
You can merge several groups to a new group along with individual elements.
It is therefore not my intention to merge for the sake of it.
Together with my colleagues, I propose that the College merge with Europol in the Hague.
The new directive is intended to consolidate, recast and merge the current directives.
If the large countries want to act jointly, they must merge to form a common state.
Mr President, the proposal before us seeks to merge economic objectives with development objectives.
You can select adjacent cells together, then merge them into a single cell.
We analyze these sources and merge potentially related information into a single listing.
This is why it is not so easy to simply merge the two, because the coverage is different.
After that, we can examine whether it would be worthwhile, as may well prove to be the case, to merge them.
Inserts the contents of the next record in the following mail merge field if the condition is true.
Cooperatives from several different countries can merge to form a European cooperative society.
I propose therefore to merge Amendment Nos 61 and 81 into a single, transversal amendment, Amendment No 109.
Perhaps it would be possible, following the vote, to merge the two texts, because they are practically the same.
To merge objective 3 and objective 4 in order to concentrate solely on re-education and training appears panicky.
If you have put multiple copies of the document in circulation, first of all you merge these into one document (see).
While car, computer, aircraft and steel companies merge, new or renewed global powers emerge.
The single CMO will merge all 21 CMOs into one text.
And with convergence it is very clear that SMS will certainly merge with other electronic messaging systems.
We recommend using the merge tools in your Contact Manager to consolidate your duplicates and make room for new additions.
But, in both cases, the symbol and the idol merge into the image and the ability of the human being to transcend itself.
When you merge cells, they could shift, leading to possible calculation errors.
The difference between provisions shows how complex the debate is and raises several questions that merge into one another.
The commands Shapes - Merge, Subtract and Intersect also form a new geometric object out of the original objects.
There is another wider field, foreign policy, where the EU and Turkey must make a greater effort to merge their positions.
These individuals through cyber space merge as well as emerge as subjects that transgress space, time and even social borders.
Let us merge where we are strong; let us in Europe bring together the spirit of research, Einstein and Steve Jobs.
It is not only the Lisbon Treaty but also the Lisbon Process that we have to merge together and with the work of climate change.
The second amendment concerns the lines of health, reproduction, and the fight against AIDS, which we propose to merge.
During the vote in the Committee on Agriculture, all amendments which sought to merge these two types of production were rejected.
There are clear tendencies to merge to create colossal companies which can impose their terms and conditions on trade and industry.
In addition, the Member States' legislation is frequently applied incorrectly and refugee and asylum-seeker status often merge.
There is therefore a need to merge competition and media legislation in order to guarantee access, competition and quality.