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combine

verb /kəmˈbain/
to join together in one whole; to unite
combinar
They combined (forces) to fight the enemy The chemist combined calcium and carbon.
combination /-bi-/ noun (the result of) combining or being combined
combinación
The town was a combination of old and new architecture.
a set of numbers used to open certain types of lock
combinación
He couldn’t open the safe as he had forgotten the combination (also adjective) a combination lock.
combine harvester noun a machine that both harvests and threshes crops.
cosechadora
(Definition of combine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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