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combine

verb
 
 
/kəmˈbaɪn/
[I or T] to join together in order to make a single thing or group, or to join things together in this way: They have a much better chance of success if they combine forces.combine with sth It was the first time in Britain that a concrete producer had combined with a cement manufacturer.
[I or T] to join together to have a particular effect, or to join things together in this way: combine with sth The burden of bad loans has combined with government foot-dragging to slow the pace of modernization.combine sth with sth He said the plan should be combined with tax cuts, including a reduction in business rates.
[T] to have two different parts or qualities: combine sth with sth The supercentre combines a traditional store with a full-service grocery section.combine sth and sth This is the beer that best combines good taste and a low calorie count.
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