If we merge our companies, we shall save on overhead costs.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1 ~ (with / into) sth ~ A with B ~ A and B (together) to combine or make two or more things combine to form a single thing: [V] The banks are set to merge next year. + His department will merge with mine. + The villages expanded and merged into one large town. + Fact and fiction merge together in his latest thriller. + The two groups have merged to form a new party. +[VN] His department will be merged with mine. + The company was formed by merging three smaller firms. 2[V] if two things merge, or if one thing merges into another, the differences between them gradually disappear so that it is impossible to separate them: The hills merged into the dark sky behind them. Idioms: merge into the background (of a person) to behave quietly when you are with a group of people so that they do not notice you
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