transitive verbAmerican English: /kəmˈbaɪn/ British English: /kəmˈbʌɪn/
intransitive verbAmerican English: /kəmˈbaɪn/ British English: /kəmˈbʌɪn/
- (elements)combinarse(ingredients)mezclarse(teams/forces)unirse(companies)fusionarseExample sentences
- Finally, adjacent age units that did not contain fossil specimens were combined into single age units.
- The radiator and reservoir are actually a single combined unit, which appears to be made from aluminium.
- The aim of this technology demonstration system is to build a single unit that combines sensor components with advanced signal processing and target recognition tools.
- He outlined a vision of what the world could be like if it were freed of the curse of moral ambiguity and if the good could combine in common cause against war, terrorism, disease and famine.
- Nonetheless, the basis of such unionism is rooted in the notion that as employees, workers combine together for the purposes of production and the provision of services.
- The efforts of students, teachers and parents combined to ensure that the event was one that would be remembered for a long time to come.
nounAmerican English: /ˈkɑmˌbaɪn/ British English: /ˈkɒmbʌɪn/
- 1 (of companies)grupo (masculine) industrialExample sentences
- Technocrats in government and external aid agencies constituted a powerful combine.
- The main theme in the media business has been the transformation of relatively discrete producers of entertainment products into massive financial combines.
- His sticky-out hair, slightly rumpled jacket and spectacles might mark him out as the headmaster of a provincial French high school rather than the boss of one of Europe's biggest industrial combines.
- (Agriculture)combine (harvester)cosechadora (feminine)Example sentences
- The project was set up to determine how conventional and rotary combine operation impacts grain quality.
- Thoroughly clean combines and other machinery before moving from fields.
- Purge any leftover grains by running three to five bushels of organic grains through the combine before beginning the actual harvest of your organic crop.
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