harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field
trust, corporate trust, combine, cartel(noun)
a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service
"they set up the trust in the hope of gaining a monopoly"
an occurrence that results in things being united
have or possess in combination
"she unites charm with a good business sense"
put or add together
combine so as to form a whole; mix
"compound the ingredients"
add together from different sources
join for a common purpose or in a common action
"These forces combined with others"
gather in a mass, sum, or whole
blend, flux, mix, conflate, commingle, immix, fuse, coalesce, meld, combine, merge(verb)
mix together different elements
"The colors blend well"
go, conflate, amalgamate, mix in, blend, blend in, immingle, unify, compound, commix, intermix, flow, merge, mix, commingle, flux, desegregate, aggregate, intermingle, unite, coalesce, mingle, integrate, ruffle, meld, melt, liquify, fuse, immix, liquefy, shuffle
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Agree is the most general term of this group, signifying to have like qualities, proportions, views, or inclinations, so as to be free from jar, conflict, or contradiction in a given relation. To concur is to agree in general; to coincide is to agree in every particular. Whether in application to persons or things, concur tends to expression in action more than coincide; we may either concur or coincide in an opinion, but concur in a decision; views coincide, causes concur. One accepts another's terms, complies with his wishes, admits his statement, approves his plan, conforms to his views of doctrine or duty, accedes or consents to his proposal. Accede expresses the more formal agreement, consent the more complete. To assent is an act of the understanding; to consent, of the will. We may concur or agree with others, either in opinion or decision. One may silently acquiesce in that which does not meet his views, but which he does not care to contest. He admits the charge brought, or the statement made, by another — admit always carrying a suggestion of reluctance. Assent is sometimes used for a mild form of consent, as if agreement in the opinion assured approval of the decision.
I agree in opinion with the speaker; to the terms proposed; persons agree on or upon a statement of principles, rules, etc.; we must agree among ourselves.
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How to use combine in a sentence?
I support the constitutional carry, because I view it kind of like a driver’s license, but I think it’s a mistake to try to combine this with the fix NICS background check. We have good bipartisan support for that. … But if we start trying to add other things to it, then I think we risk not doing anything which has sort of been the fate of a lot of the legislation we’ve tried in the past. So, I’d like to do the fix NICS, and then we can move on from there.
We see these four things as the crux of the problem. Once we can accomplish those in individual unit tests, we would like to figure out ways to combine them, so maybe we combine mobility and joining.
Technology is going to help us tremendously, you need to combine it with other strategies of community engagement.
On European Tour they are playing for $ 6.5 to $ 7.5 million every week and for our young players that is a great opportunity to make significant dollars, so if we can combine the fact of playing on some great golf courses with increased prize funds, and give our golfers great experiences, I'm confident our players will want to play here.
If earnings results come in above the very low bar of expectations that are out there, and you combine that with a continued rising price of oil, that should equate to an upward trend in the market next week.
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- обединявам, комбинирам, съчетавамBulgarian
- kombinát, kombinovatCzech
- forene, kombinereDanish
- kombinieren, vereinen, verbindenGerman
- unir, combinar, juntarSpanish
- yhdistää, yhtymä, sekoittaa, yhteenliittymä, kombinaatti, liittoumaFinnish
- ערבב, שילבHebrew
- 合わせる, 合併, 結合, 結び付ける, 兼ねるJapanese
- apvienot, savienotLatvian
- verenigen, combinerenDutch
- îmbina, combinat, combinaRomanian
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