combinar, misturar, reunir, acumular, coligar, cooperar, fundir-secolheitadeira, liga, monopólio, conchavo, reunião
Noun(1) harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field(2) a consortium of independent organizations formed to limit competition by controlling the production and distribution of a product or service(3) an occurrence that results in things being united
Verb(1) have or possess in combination(2) put or add together(3) combine so as to form a whole; mix(4) add together from different sources(5) join for a common purpose or in a common action(6) gather in a mass, sum, or whole(7) mix together different elements
(1) The buildings around The Square are very varied in architectural style but combine well to create an attractive picture.(2) If you can combine good shopping and good catering in a wonderful location, then you've got a powerful recipe.(3) It and others in the ruling combine would be lapping up the tally to drive home their numerical superiority.(4) In other words, the ruling combine , by consolidating itself, was instrumental in helping its rivals close ranks.(5) They are also more likely to rotate or combine crops and livestock, with the resulting manure performing the important function of replenishing soil fertility.(6) For one, there are only a certain number of chemical elements that can combine to form chemical compounds.(7) Uneven flows will indicate improper adjustments and can result in increased grain damage or combine plugging.(8) combine the flour with the margarine and salt(9) Just combine the following ingredients in a blender, purÔö£┬«e until smooth and serve.(10) Only 42% of the combine products carried a trademark anyway.(11) Couples can combine a visit to the abbey with a three-course supper at the restaurant in the visitors centre, where the Trust is promising a menu with a romantic theme.(12) Each year, potential draftees enter specialized training programs to prepare for the combine , college pro days, and other pre-draft workouts.(13) All of these elements combine to provide an amazing selection of gaming possibilities.(14) The team spent a lot of time looking at offensive lineman and wideouts at the scouting combine .(15) The couple plan to combine their honeymoon and a few stage shows in Dubai and in the U.S.(16) a powerful industrial combine
(1) combine with :: Combina com
(2) combine harvester :: colheitadeira
1. trust ::
3. amalgamate ::
4. co-operate ::
5. commingle ::
6. compound ::
7. unite ::
8. aggregate ::
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So, uh, what were you thinking?
Combine their names?
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 12
Now, COMBINE that with some animatronics
from the imagineers over at Disney.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 4
Stormtroopers actually COMBINE both
the function of infantry and military police. Heh.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 19
Wait, are you saying if we COMBINE
my experiment with your calculations,
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 19
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