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  1. com·bi·na·tion
    IPA[ˌkämbəˈnāSH(ə)n]
  2. noun

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: combination, plural noun: combinations

    • noun

      a joining or merging of different parts or qualities in which the component elements are individually distinct:

      the process of combining different parts or qualities or the state of being combined:

    • noun

      an oven operating by both conventional heating and microwaves.
    • noun

      a lock that is opened by rotating a dial or set of dials, marked with letters or numbers, through a specific sequence.
    • noun

      treatment in which a patient is given two or more drugs (or other therapeutic agents) for a single disease.
    • noun

      an oven operating by both conventional heating and microwaves.
    • any of the British laws of 1799–1800 making illegal the confederacy of people to further their own interests or affect the rate of wages. The laws were supposed to apply to employers and workers alike, but in fact the employers were allowed to combine freely and restrictions were enforced against workers' unions; most of the legislation was repealed in 1824.
    • noun

      treatment in which a patient is given two or more drugs (or other therapeutic agents) for a single disease.
    • noun

      a lock that is opened by rotating a set of marked or numbered dials to show a specific sequence.
    • noun

      a type of facial complexion characterized by an oily forehead, nose, and chin and relatively dry cheeks:
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