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combine

(Act in concert), verb act as one, act jointly, affiliate with, ally, associate, band together, coact, collude, concert, confederate, conspire, cooperate, coordinate, enlist with, enter into partnership with, form a union, harmonize, join forces, join with, league with, make common cause with, marry, pair with, particiiate with, pool, rally, syncretize, syndicate, take part, team up with, unite, work in unison, work together
Associated concepts: Anti-Monoply Act, antitrust

combine

(Join together), verb admix, affix, agglutinate, amalgamate, annex, append, attach, bind, blend, coalesce, cohere, colligate, commingle, commix, compound, conglomerate, conglutinate, coniungere, conjoin, connect, consociare, consolidate, couple, entwine, fasten, form a union, fuse, glue, group, immix, inosculate, interblend, interlink, intermix, intertwine, intertwist, interweave, link, make a mixture, meld, merge, mingle, miscere, mix, paste, piece together, secure, splice, stick together, tack together, tie, unify, unite
Associated concepts: combined offense, combined property
See also: accumulate, add, adhere, affix, alliance, amalgamate, annex, arrange, associate, association, attach, bond, business, cartel, cement, coalition, cohere, commingle, compact, compile, concentrate, confederacy, conjoin, connect, connive, consolidate, conspire, cooperate, coordinate, corporation, crystallize, federalize, federate, federation, include, incorporate, join, league, merge, organize, party, pool, society, syndicate, trust, unite
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Table 1 Retrospective combinability reconstruction for 773 attested shared-root sets of verbs (v), adjectives d) and modal adjectives (d7):notations from left in the upper tier rightward correspond to the reconstructed states by 1850, 1700 and 1550 and, respectively in the lower tier, by 1400, 1250 and 1100 Type Count v d5 d7 564 v d5 119 vd7 50 V 33 d5 d7 2 d7 1 Type Count v 253 v d5 35 vd5 d7 21 vd7 20 d5 16 d7 11 d5 d7 1 type Count 354 v d5 177 V 111 vd7 102 d5 d7 4 d7 4 d5 1 Type Count v 70 d5 1 d7 1 v d5 1 Type Count v 344 v d5 100 vd7 77 vd5 d7 55 d5 20 d7 10 d5 d7 1 Type Count 30
This specifically means that if people give high ratings in the following three criteria-mobility and combinability, perception, sustainability-they would recommend buying the product.
The scenario reviewed here indicates that suffix combinability is a current topic of debate in morphology.
Another process influencing the combinability of na- and some other verbs is metaphorical extension in which becoming visible on a surface transforms into leading to a result and attaining a goal (e.
We suggest that unique knowledge structures, knowledge combinability, and longterm time horizons for family firms provide them with predictable advantages in finding opportunities.
As we enter the Age of Combinability, users are not just aggregating resources anymore; they are combining them to create something entirely new.
Thus calculations of combinability are applied to the continuous chain of words.
Further in De interpretatione 16a, 27-29 and in Poetics 1456b, 22-24, Aristotle describes the notions of divisibility and combinability of sounds regarding names which are proper to human speech because dominated by convention.
Robson goes on to describe the features of transcriptions best able to achieve action at a distance, specifically mobility, stability, and combinability.
Although the number of examples found for all but the propositional complements is low, the results coincide with native speaker intuitions about the combinability of certain complement types with certain modal categories.
Every fare rule can be viewed in the GDS and combinability is always listed in the rule.
acquisition of noun features (number/gender, combinability with adjectives) > encoding arguments as genitives/obliques > case marking of nominalization > conversion to nonfinite form