What Is It Called When a Small River Joins a Larger One?

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When a small river, usually referred to as a tributary, joins a big/main river, the resultant feature is referred to as a confluence. Examples of river confluences are the Klang and Gombak Rivers Confluence in Kuala Lumpur and the Red and Assiniboine rivers confluence in Canada.
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