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  1. com·bine
  2. verb

    noun

    • 1. a group of people or companies acting together for a commercial purpose:

      a powerful industrial combine
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: combine, plural noun: combines

    • v.: verb: combine, 3rd person present: combines, gerund or present participle: combining, past tense: combined, past participle: combined

    • noun

      an agricultural machine that cuts, threshes, and cleans a grain crop in one operation.
    • verb

      harvest (a crop) by means of a combine:
    • verb

      join or merge to form a single unit or substance:

      unite to form a compound:

    • noun

      a group of people or companies acting together for a commercial purpose:
    • noun

      a combine harvester.
    • verb

      harvest (a crop) by means of a combine harvester:
    • noun

      an agricultural machine that reaps, threshes, and cleans a cereal crop in one operation.
    • noun

      a linguistic element used in combination with another element to form a word (e.g., Anglo- ‘English’ in Anglo-American, bio- ‘life’ in biology, -graphy ‘writing’ in biography).
    • noun

      an oral contraceptive containing both an oestrogen and a progestogen.
    • noun

      a form of a word normally used in compounds in combination with another element to form a word (e.g. Anglo- ‘English’ in Anglo-Irish, bio- ‘life’ in biology, -graphy ‘writing’ in biography).
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