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combine

verb [I/T]  us   /kəmˈbɑɪn/
to unite or to join together to make a single thing or group: [T] None of us has much money so let’s combine what we’ve got. [+ to infinitive] When hydrogen and oxygen molecules combine to form water, heat and electricity are produced. If you combine two activities, you do both at the same time: [T] She manages to successfully combine motherhood and a career.
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