merge into

merge someone or something into something

 and merge someone or something in
to route someone or something into something else. They merged the marchers into the parade and no one ever knew they were late. We merged in the latecomers to the parade at an intersection.
See also: merge
References in classic literature ?
The situation of Windygates had been skillfully chosen in that part of the county where the fertile lowlands first begin to merge into the mountain region beyond.
In general, it accepted the idea that a corporation could merge into a disregarded entity and qualify as a statutory merger, but that the merger of a disregarded entity into a corporation would not qualify.
The following Metropolitan Federal locations would merge into nearby First Bank branches: Albert Lea, Alexandria, Brainerd, Burnsville, Columbia Heights, Coon Rapids, Edina, Hibbing, Maplewood, Metropolitan Centre, Minnetonka, Owatonna, Owatonna Cedar Mall, Plymouth, St.
The following First Bank locations would merge into nearby Metropolitan Federal branches: Blooming Prairie, Mankato Madison East, Rochester Elton Hills.
Nasdaq:HDSG), based in Dallas, announced today that it had signed a non-binding letter of intent to merge into Overland Beverage Distributing, Inc.
Non-tax corporate attorneys, generally unaware of the importance of the direction of the merger, may in fact recommend that the target merge into a new company, for a number of (real or perceived) reasons (e.
Merging Company"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tracker, adopted a Plan of Merger pursuant to which the Merging Company will merge into Mako Marine International, Inc.