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COMBINE [combine]

VERB
combine (verb) · combines (third person present) · combined (past tense) · combined (past participle) · combining (present participle)
  1. unite; merge.
    "the band combines a variety of musical influences" ·
    "combine the flour with the margarine and salt" · "high tides and winds combined to bring chaos to the East Coast"
    antonyms:
NOUN
combine (noun) · combines (plural noun)
  1. a group of people or companies acting together for a commercial purpose.
    "a powerful industrial combine"
ORIGIN
late Middle English: from Old French combiner or late Latin combinare ‘join two by two’, from com- ‘together’ + Latin bini ‘two together’.
combine
[ˈkämˌbīn]

11. The modern Combined harvester, or simply Combine, is a versatile machine designed to efficiently harvest a variety of grain crops.The name derives from its combining four separate harvesting operations—reaping, threshing, gathering, and winnowing—into a single process

12. Among the crops harvested with a Combine are wheat, rice, oats, rye, barley, corn (), sorghum, soybeans, flax

13. How to Combine PDF files online: Drag and drop your PDFs into the PDF Combiner

14. Click ‘Merge PDF!’ to Combine and download your PDF.

15. When you Combine PDF files with the Acrobat online tool, you can reorder, add, or delete files before you merge them into a single PDF

16. The Combine Forum Since 2005 A forum community dedicated to all Combine owners and enthusiasts

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