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combine (something) against (someone or something)

To integrate multiple things, people, or qualities in order to counteract or oppose someone or something else. We have to combine all possible research methods against this disease before it becomes an epidemic. We must combine forces against this dreadful foe!
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combine (something) with (something)

To add or mix two or more things together. Now, we need to combine the meat with the rest of the ingredients in the stew.
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combine something against someone or something

to join something together in opposition to someone or something. We will combine forces against the enemy. Our game plan combined our various talents against the opposite team.
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combine something with something

to mix something with something else. I want to combine the red flowers with the pink ones for a bouquet. First, combine the eggs with the sugar.
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join/combine ˈforces (with somebody)

work together in order to achieve a shared aim: The two firms joined forces to win the contract. OPPOSITE: part company (with/from somebody/something)
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The five-year (2007-2011) provincial average for this time of year is 17 per cent combined and 24 per cent swathed or ready to straight combine.
In a state law consolidation and a foreign law amalgamation, typically two or more corporations combine and continue in the resulting entity, which is a new corporation that is formed in the consolidation transaction.
I shall call the first strategy, for lack of a better formulation, a suspension of viewpoint, meaning that the beholder is never assigned a proper distance from which to look at a Combine.
The first is where an owner already owns an apartment and wants to purchase and combine an adjoining apartment.
April 2004--letters are mailed to owners of competitive combines reintroducing them to "The New Superpower of Harvesting" while also reminding them of favorable tax-depreciation laws and the advantages of buying a new John Deere combine.
Chop remaining onions and combine in a bowl with miso, vinegar, mirin, lime zest, juice and yuzu kosho.
The 150-page Combine Report, containing each athlete's performance in addition to his home address, high school, and academic information are then sent to every Division I-A, I-AA, II, III, JUCO, and NAIA head coach in the nation.
And although visitors will not deny the excitement of being the first to start their very own 60 Series combine, it's the John Deere spirit that makes first-time buyers and lifetime buyers return time and again.
For the sauce: In a small bowl, combine creme fraiche, lemon juice and heavy cream.
Combine all ingredients; shake and serve over ice or straight up.
After his first year of college, Carter realized his goals were less academic in nature and he decided to combine scholastics with his practical know-how; "I always knew I wanted to be in this business, but didn't know I wanted to be a chef.
Combine preserves, chili sauce, horseradish and mustard.
Applying paragraph 30, the auditor combines the end-of-period overstatement of receivables ($60) with the beginning-of-period understatement of receivables ($70).
With the exposure of athletic Combines today, the "Combine 4.
Ducasse likes bitter things and I like sweet things, so I decided to combine these flavors, Berger no tes.