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This product is the result of combining many different technologies.
an attempt to combine the advantages of two systems
Combine the excitement of a week in Florida with a few days at Disneyworld.
High tides combined with strong winds caused severe flooding.
a high standard achieved by combining advanced techniques and specialist knowledge
Combine all the ingredients in a bowl.
The minerals in hard water combine with soap to leave a film on your dishes.
Profits are up since the two companies combined last year.
Our company has combined with a fiber-optics manufacturer in Virginia.
This is the American English definition of combine. View British English definition of combine.
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