combine com‧bine 1 [kəmˈbaɪn] verb [intransitive, transitive]
COMMERCE if two or more groups or organizations combine, or if you combine them, they join together:

• They said they expect no job losses from combining their operations.

combine to do something

• Two old established practices combined to form The Anthony Clark Partnership.

— combined adjective [only before a noun] :

• The new combined bank will have a market share of more than 50% in the central region.

* * *

combined UK US /kəmˈbaɪnd/ adjective [before noun]
the combined value, weight, etc. of two or more things is the value or weight of them added together: »

The combined value of the big six tobacco companies is just £57 billion.

have a combined value/turnover/total, etc. of sth »

Paul and Clare have a combined income of $80,000.

consisting of two or more different things joined together: »

Shareholders of each group are to own about 50% of the combined company.


The task before us is daunting, but the combined efforts of all of us will produce positive results.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

Игры ⚽ Поможем решить контрольную работу

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Combined — may refer to: Alpine combined (skiing), the combination of slalom and downhill skiing as a single event super combined (skiing) Nordic combined (skiing), the combination of cross country skiing and ski jumping as a single event The Combined… …   Wikipedia

  • Combined — Com*bined , a. United closely; confederated; chemically united. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • combined — index associated, coadunate, coherent (joined), collective, composite, compound, concerted, concurrent …   Law dictionary

  • Combined — Combine Com*bine (k[o^]m*b[imac]n ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Combined} (k[o^]m*b[imac]nd ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Combining}.] [LL. combinare, combinatum; L. com + binus, pl. bini, two and two, double: cf. F. combiner. See {Binary}.] 1. To unite or join; …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • combined — com|bined [kəmˈbaınd] adj [only before noun] 1.) done, made, or achieved by several people or groups working together = ↑joint combined effort/action/operation ▪ Dinner was a combined effort. 2.) a combined total is the sum of two or more… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • combined — смешался; смешал; смешанный combined grasp смешанный хват combined support смешанный упор combined hemorrhoid смешанный геморрой combined anaesthesia смешанная анестезия combined grade пересортица; смешанный сорт …   English-Russian travelling dictionary

  • combined — [[t]kəmba͟ɪnd[/t]] 1) ADJ: ADJ n A combined effort or attack is made by two or more groups of people at the same time. These refugees are looked after by the combined efforts of the host countries and non governmental organisations. Syn: joint 2) …   English dictionary

  • combined — adjective 1 (only before noun) done, made, or achieved by several people or groups working together: combined effort/action/operation: Who cooked the dinner? Well, it was a combined effort really. | combined salaries (=the total amount of money… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • combined — com|bined [ kəm baınd ] adjective only before noun ** 1. ) done by people or groups working together: JOINT: Crime figures are dropping, because of the combined effort by residents and the police. 2. ) formed by adding things together: What is… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • combined */*/ — UK [kəmˈbaɪnd] / US adjective [only before noun] 1) done by people or groups working together Crime figures are dropping, due to a combined effort by local people and the police. 2) formed by adding things together What is your combined family… …   English dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”