Definition of “combined” - English Dictionary

“combined” in Business English

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combinedadjective [ before noun ]

uk /kəmˈbaɪnd/ us

the combined value, weight, etc. of two or more things is the value or weight of them added together:

The combined value of the big six tobacco companies is just £57 billion.
have a combined value/turnover/total, etc. of sth Paul and Clare have a combined income of $80,000.

consisting of two or more different things joined together:

Shareholders of each group are to own about 50% of the combined company.
The task before us is daunting, but the combined efforts of all of us will produce positive results.

(Definition of “combined” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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