compound (something) with (something else)

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compound (something) with (something else)

To add something to something else; to combine things. That protein powder tastes so bad that I have to compound it with something else.
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compound something with something

to unite some substance with another; to mix something with something else. Can this unpleasant medicine be compounded with something to make it palatable?
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The buzz in compounding with wood fillers is combining wood and glass for direct extrusion of high-strength lumber profiles.
Also showing SPX Series single-screw compounder for wood/plastic composites and WE Series counter-rotating, non-intermeshing twin-screw extruders for reactive extrusion and compounding with long fibers.
Cure schedules must be considered along with physical properties when compounding with coagents.
Ecomat, which holds patents on compounding with a variety of odd mineral fillers - including foundry sand, blast-furnace slag from steel making, and red mud from aluminum manufacture - plans to build eight compounding plants around the country.
Corotating, twin-screw compounding extruders and pelletizing systems; twin-screw compounding with direct in-line sheeting of filled and reinforced plastics; single- and twin-screw extruders for devolatilization and specialty applications; and single-screw profile extrusion systems from commingled reclaim.