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    Context/ examples
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    AuthorChris17 Jun 05, 10:28
    Context/ examples
    Main Entry: 1com·bine
    Pronunciation: k&m-'bIn
    Function: verb
    Inflected Form(s): com·bined; com·bin·ing
    Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French combiner, from Late Latin combinare, from Latin com- + bini two by two -- more at BIN-
    transitive senses
    1 a : to bring into such close relationship as to obscure individual characters : MERGE b : to cause to unite into a chemical compound c : to unite into a single number or expression <combine fractions and simplify>
    3 : to possess in combination
    intransitive senses
    1 a : to become one b : to unite to form a chemical compound
    2 : to act together
    synonym see JOIN
    - com·bin·able /-'bI-n&-b&l/ adjective
    - com·bin·er noun
    #1AuthorWerner17 Jun 05, 10:32
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