Definition of combine
a group of people or companies acting together for a commercial purpose.
Just ask the people behind the EU and NAFTA, combines created to lure investment and enhance economies of scale.
an agricultural machine that cuts, threshes, and cleans a grain crop in one operation.
We could spend a lot of time talking about precision adjustments for plows, tillage implements, grain drills, and combines .
harvest (a crop) by means of a combine.
It is also possible to drive perpendicular to wheat and soybean rows while combining wheat with minimal damage to soybeans provided the wheels are narrow and soybean rows are wide.
You can get creative by combining elements of different pictures to construct a montage.
Example of combine
combine shopping and sightseeing
combine the flour with the margarine and salt
A combine harvesting wheat moves forward into a stand of the golden ripeness.
a powerful industrial combine
A Web service solution will often combine these technologies to achieve the desired level of security.
All of these elements combine to provide an amazing selection of gaming possibilities.
Although there was no formal confirmation, sources in the ruling combine confirmed that there was an informal request to this effect.
An ideal half-day outing would combine a Saturday tour followed by a refreshing dip in the Guadalupe River.
an ideal place to combine shopping and sightseeing
Churches now combine what were once separate betrothal and wedding ceremonies into one.