|Origin:||convergere, from Latin com- ( COM-) + vergere 'to bend, turn'|
to come from different directions and meet at the same point to become one thing [≠ diverge]:
The two rivers converge into one near Pittsburgh.
if groups of people converge in a particular place, they come there from many different places and meet together to form a large crowd
Reporters converged on the scene.
if different ideas or aims converge, they become the same [≠ diverge]:
Cultural beliefs about the role of women converge with government policies.
The member states should start to have more convergent policies.