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combine en inglés británico

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combineverb

uk /kəmˈbaɪn/ us /kəmˈbaɪn/

B2 [ I or T ] to (cause to) exist together, or join together to make a single thing or group:

None of us has much money so let's combine what we've got.
Sickness, combined with (= together with) terrible weather, contrived to ruin the trip.
The two countries combined against their common enemy.

[ T ] If someone combines two or more qualities, they have both of those qualities:

As a writer, he combined wit and/with passion.

[ T ] to do two activities at the same time:

She manages to successfully combine family life and/with a career.

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combinenoun

uk /ˈkɒm.baɪn/ us /ˈkɑːm.baɪn/

(Definición de combine del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

combine en inglés americano

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combineverb [ 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.

If you combine two activities, you do both at the same time:

combinenoun [ C ]

us /ˈkɑm·bɑɪn/

a group of people or organizations acting together:

Over the years they established a large media combine.

(Definición de combine del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

combine en inglés de negocios

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combineverb

uk /kəmˈbaɪn/ us

[ 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.

combinenoun [ C ]

uk /kəmˈbaɪn/ us /ˈkɑmbaɪn/

a group of people or organizations that work together in business:

The acquisition would create a combine publishing five of the six national daily newspapers in the Netherlands.

(Definición de combine del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)