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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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join forces (with one)

To work together with one. If you two join forces, you might just win the election after all. I'm sorry, but you're going to have to join forces with Michael if you want to get this done.
See also: force, join

combine forces (with one)

To work together with one. If you two combine forces, you might just win the election after all. I'm sorry, but you're going to have to combine forces with Michael if you want to get this done.
See also: combine, force

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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As a result of the controversy, New York released proposed regulations dealing with combined reporting of FSCs that make two changes to the existing regulations: 1.
Transfer to a commercial blender and puree until well combined, about two minutes.
Remove from the heat, transfer to a commercial blender, and puree until well combined, about one minute.
Add the milk and puree until well combined, about two minutes.
Add the remaining water, flour, butter, egg, and salt and mix until just combined. Transfer the dough to a lightly floured work surface, and knead until smooth and elastic, about five minutes.
In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine the sugar and butter and mix until well combined. Add the egg whites and mix until combined.
* Investigate whether the now combined group has inconsistent transfer-pricing practices or incompatible consolidated tax return elections as a result of the transaction.
Women who had quit the combined therapy at least 4 years before the study had no greater breast cancer risk than women who had never taken it.
Even in those states where Holding's and Target's tax liability can be determined on a combined basis, the relevant taxing authority might try to argue that Holding's debt is allocable nonbusiness income and thus that Holding's debt should not be used to offset Target's income.
For the combined process, a more aggressively designed graphite impeller head is needed (inset photo, [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE E OMITTED]).
Such graphs provide a sense of what is being combined, while highly detailed tables illustrate how evaluation and inclusion criteria were applied to the literature.
With $366 billion of assets under management, the combined company would be one of the 20 largest asset managers in the world.
In stages, add butter scraping down the sides of the bowl after each addition; mix until combined. Remove bowl from mixer and cover with a damp cloth, setting aside at room temperature until double in volume, about two hours.
Among many Combined Forces Command exercises, Ulchi Focus Lens may be contrasted from the others by its sheer breadth.
The combined group of companies is reportedly asking the federal government to assist in picking up the legacy costs for the retired workers at all the companies.
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