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combine

verb
 
 
/kəmˈbaɪn/
[I or T] to (cause to) exist together, or join together to make a single thing or group
(使)结合;(使)联合;(使)合并;(使)综合
None of us has much money so let's combine what we've got.
我们谁都没多少钱,因此就把我们所有的钱凑在一起吧。
Sickness, combined with (= together with) terrible weather, contrived to ruin the trip.
疾病,加上恶劣的天气,毁掉了这次旅行。
The two countries combined against their common enemy.
两国联合起来对抗共同的敌人。
[+ to infinitive] These normally harmless substances combine to form a highly poisonous gas.
通常情况下这些是无害物质,但混合在一起后会形成一种毒性很强的气体。
Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixturesMixing and mixturesVariety and mixturesConnecting and combiningGroups and collections of things
[T] If someone combines two or more qualities, they have both of those qualities
(人)兼具,兼有
As a writer, he combined wit and/with passion.
作为一名作家,他既诙谐又不乏激情。
Having and owning - general words
[T] to do two activities at the same time
兼办,兼做,同时做(两种活动)
She manages to successfully combine family life and/with a career.
她成功地做到了家庭事业两不误。
Acting and actsDealing with things or people
(Definition of combine verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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