n.harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field
v.add together from different sources
v.join for a common purpose or in a common action
○ These forces combined with others
Fibrin and platelets combine to form a clot. Hemophilia is caused by a hereditary lack of one of the clotting factors.
The portable instrument must combine sensitivity with light weight and the ability to resist shock and moisture
He is overjoyed at mixing in exclusive circles and tries to combine this with his clandestine romance with Roberta
Only when function and style combine perfectly does a great classic emerge.
It is possible to modify and combine existing laser, holographic and computer technology for intraoral use
Combining form(form of a word which can combine with another word or another combining form to form a new word,eg Anglo-,-philia)
May you, Diomed, combine the viands As well As the architecture!
Instead of searching a crowded store for BASIC goods ,such as food and clothes, people want to go to a pleasant mall and combine shopping with fun.
As the coke Burns, some of it combine with the oxygen in the air to form carbon monoxide.
Partwork: Publication issued in a number of parts which Can be purchased separately and which the combine to make up the whole.