Similar words: combine, bombing, combination, grained, cabinet, one day, bomb, cabin. Meaning: [kəm'baɪnd] adj. 1. involving the joint activity of two or more 2. made or joined or united into one.
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(1) Dinner was a combined effort.
(2) Several factors had combined to ruin our plans.
(3) Taylor combined great knowledge with an irreverent attitude to history.
(4) She combined some sugar, flour and butter to make some cookies.
(5) Your diligent combined with your innate talent indicates a dynamic future.I wish you all the best in your college years.
(6) She had the combined talents of toughness, intellect(http://sentencedict.com), experience and unsullied reputation.
(7) The German team scored a combined total of 652 points.
(8) The two small shops combined to make a large one.
(9) These elements can be combined in a multitude of different ways.
(10) As a songwriter, he combined great linguistic felicity with an ear for a tune.
(11) The combined turnover of both businesses has doubled in the last two years.
(12) I'm going to Hawaii for pleasure combined with business.
(13) Text and graphics are prepared separately and then combined.
(14) Several factors combined to depress the American economy.
(15) Victorian engineers combined practicality with beauty.
(16) Education must be combined with productive labour.
(17) Our combined fleet has recently re-formed.
(18) The two countries combined against their common enemy.
(19) The gangs combined against a common enemy.
(20) Diets are most effective when combined with exercise.
(21) As a writer, he combined wit and/with passion.
(22) The two countries combined together against their enemy.
(23) Combined with other compounds, they created a massive dynamite-type bomb.
(24) Success was achieved by the combined efforts of the whole team.
(25) Circumstances have combined to ruin our plans for a holiday.
(26) Strong winds and torrential rain combined to make conditions terrible for golfers in the Scottish Open.
(27) Thus it came about that, after many years as an interior designer and antiques dealer, he combined both businesses.
(28) The fact that this country spends more on its military than on education and health care combined is a sobering thought .
(29) She decided to make a virtue of necessity and combined a business trip to Paris with a visit to her cousins there.
(30) The living-room carpet has to stand up to the combined wear and tear of two dogs and three children.