Definition of 'combine'
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The pair have to combine their careers with the demands of top competition. Times, Sunday Times (2006)In a large bowl combine the flour and salt. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Transfer to the pan with all the remaining ingredients and stir until well combined. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The smart political thing to have done would have been to combine the two. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Two things combining together in a surprising way. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The solution may be to combine within one person the regulatory and clinical veterinary roles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now and then the two structures are combined in a single paragraph. A Short Guide to Writing About History (1995)On the question of him combining the roles there are sharp class divides. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Medals are decided by combining times from the semi and final runs. The Sun (2012)Two principal causes have combined to produce this effect. Times, Sunday Times (2011)His work combines a wry humour with pathos. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Add in baking powder and flour and combine well. The Sun (2015)Remove from the heat and whisk in the unsalted butter until well combined. The Sun (2013)People who can combine two sets of competencies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tip in the egg white and continue squeezing the ingredients together until well combined. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The first two have often been combined into one volume. Christianity Today (2000)He combined the role of a senior police officer with that of a minor judge. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)He also found time to combine rugby with an army career. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Combine to form a soft dough. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Political, social and economic changes have combined to make it acceptable and seemingly irresistible. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)In practice, a physician might combine these forms of rest in different ways. American Manhood: Transformations in Masculinity from the Revolution to the Modern Era (1993)Pour over the hot cream and milk, using a spatula to combine and thereby make a custard. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'combine'
British English: combine /kəmˈbaɪn/ VERB
If you combine two or more things, or if they combine, they exist or join together.
Combine the flour with 3 tablespoons of water.
- American English: combine
- Arabic: يَجْمَعُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: combinar
- Chinese: 结合
- Croatian: kombinirati
- Czech: kombinovat
- Danish: kombinere
- Dutch: combineren
- European Spanish: combinar
- Finnish: yhdistää
- French: combiner
- German: verbinden Zusammenfuegung
- Greek: συνδυάζω
- Italian: combinare
- Japanese: 結合する
- Korean: 결합시키다
- Norwegian: forene
- Polish: połączyć zmieszać
- European Portuguese: combinar
- Romanian: a combina
- Russian: сочетать
- Spanish: combinar
- Swedish: kombinera
- Thai: รวมกัน
- Turkish: birleştirmek
- Ukrainian: змішувати
- Vietnamese: kết hợp
Definition of combine from the Collins English Dictionary
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