—v.kum-bīn' for 1, 2, 6, kom'bīn for 3, 7;
—n. kom'bīn, kum-bīn' for 8, 9, kom'bīn for 10), Strict Standards: Non-static method FenSites::linkTo() should not be called statically in /site/html/dictionary/combine.html on line 89 [key]
—v., -bined, -bin•ing,
1. to bring into or join in a close union or whole; unite: She combined the ingredients to make the cake. They combined the two companies.
2. to possess or exhibit in union: a plan that combines the best features of several other plans.
3. to harvest (grain) with a combine.
1. to unite; coalesce: The clay combined with the water to form a thick paste.
2. to unite for a common purpose; join forces: After the two factions combined, they proved invincible.
3. to enter into chemical union.
4. to use a combine in harvesting.
1. a combination.
2. a combination of persons or groups for the furtherance of their political, commercial, or other interests, as a syndicate, cartel, or trust.
3. a harvesting machine for cutting and threshing grain in the field.
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