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combine (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
com | bi | nie | ren, simple past: combined | combined, participle II: combined
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [kɔmbiˈniːʀən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) trans. To connect something mentally, to create mental connections (by reasoning) between different things
2) trans. put something together with something else
Origin of the term:
Loan word from the late Latin verb combinare "Unite", originally "bring two together"
Synonyms:
1) connect, link
Application examples:
1) In the quiz, the candidates had to answer the questions asked combine.
1) The detective combined Immediately that the target must have left the house at the back after not reappearing after more than six hours at the front.
2) You can't seriously consider that flashy pink of your sweater with the bright neon green of your hair combine.
2) When building his home in Laos combined Theo different architectural styles with each other, so that the building became a unique total work of art.
Word formations:
Adjectives: combinable, combinable
Conversions: Combine, combine, combine
Noun:Combine, combination, combinator, combination, combination
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. combine; you combine; he she it combined
Simple past: I. combined
Participle II: combined
Subjunctive II: i combined
Imperative: singular combine!; Plural combined!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Basque: 1) konbinatu, bateratu
  • English: 2) combine
  • French: 1) combiner
  • Greek (new): συνδυάζω (syndyázo), συσχετίζω (syschetízo)
  • Italian: 1) combinare
  • Swedish: kombinera
  • Spanish: 1) combinar

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

and combine It also poses a riddle for series junkies: the spot for the cooperation comes from BETC Paris.
w & v, July 12, 2019

The Rheingau Literature Festival brings top-class writers into the lovely landscape. Some readings combine even wine and readings.
Frankfurter Rundschau online, September 7th, 2018

In this workshop, the photo magazine 'Docma' shows you how to creatively take pictures and snippets with Adobe Photoshop combine and put them together to form a mosaic.
Spiegel Online, September 8, 2018

The French auto supplier wants its products with the Clarion navigation system combine - and spends 1.1 billion euros on it.
Handelsblatt.com, October 26, 2018

Stadtwerke Menden combine With their green electricity certified green electricity tariff Naturliebe-Strom investments in energy transition projects as well as nature conservation and biodiversity.
Solarserver, October 24, 2018

It is unclear whether the desired fan proximity can be achieved with the distance rules combine leaves.
Kölnische Rundschau, July 27, 2020

The improper use of an API from Twitter could result in unknown phone numbers and usernames combine and see.
heise online, February 4th, 2020

Agroforestry combine Trees with arable crops or cattle in the same area. How you can use it to defy erosion and climate change.
agrarheute.com, November 21, 2019

You're wondering how you like your denim jacket combine can? Then click through our gallery. We'll show you how fashion professionals are now styling denim jackets.
goFeminin.de, May 12, 2020

Only high heels make an outfit perfect? Nonsense! These street style looks show how great you can get flat shoes combine can.
Brigitte.de, July 17, 2020

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Grammar / conjugations

Combine Inflection - The conjugation of the verb combine

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI combineyou combinehe / she / it combineswe combineyou combinedcombine them
Present Subjunctive I.I combineyou combinehe / she / it combinewe combineyou combinecombine them
Past tense indicativeI combinedyou combinehe / she / it combinedwe combinedyou combinedthey combined
Past tense subjunctive III combinedyou combinedhe / she / it combinedwe combinedyou combinedthey combined
Perfect indicativei have combinedyou have combinedhe / she / it has combinedwe have combinedyou combinedthey have combined
Perfect subjunctive I.i have combinedyou have combinedhe / she / it has combinedwe have combinedyou have combinedthey have combined
Past perfect indicativeI had combinedyou had combinedhe / she / it had combinedwe had combinedyou had combinedthey had combined
Past perfect subjunctive III would have combinedyou would have combinedhe / she / it would have combinedwe would have combinedyou would have combinedthey would have combined
Future I indicativei will combineyou will combinehe / she / it will combinewe will combineyou will combinethey will combine
Future tense I subjunctivei will combineyou will combinehe / she / it will combinewe will combineyou will combinethey will combine
Future tense I subjunctive III would combineyou would combinehe / she / it would combinewe would combineyou would combinethey would combine
Future tense II indicativeI will have combinedyou will have combinedhe / she / it will have combinedwe will have combinedyou will have combinedthey will have combined
Future tense II subjunctive II will have combinedyou will have combinedhe / she / it will have combinedwe will have combinedyou will have combinedthey will have combined
Future tense II subjunctive III would have combinedyou would have combinedhe / she / it would have combinedwe would have combinedyou would have combinedthey would have combined

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • to merge (main form)
  • arrange: transitive: to arrange in a certain way; Music: edit a piece of music; agree, organize; reflexive: submit
  • merge: to associate with someone or something; Economy: to unite (for example corporations); Physics: merge
  • connect: Cover medicine with a bandage, put a bandage on it; unite into a structure or bring into a close relationship; reflexive: to unite (for things or people), to enter into a relationship, chemically also: to enter into a chemical connection; transferring a caller on the phone to a conversation partner
  • unite: lead to common ground; reflexively team up
  • unite: trans., refl .: lead to a whole
  • merge: trans., have: to combine something with something else to create something new; trans., to be: becoming something new through the process
  • bring together: bring two people together, unite them into a couple; accumulate a desired number / sum; being able to create a (technical, mechanical) task in everyday language; Colloquially be able to remember in detail
  • put together: trans. make a whole out of parts; refl. becoming a whole from parts
  • fold: merge something that is in separate places / is in one place; reduce / fold something that is in an expanded state to a smaller extent; donate money together to finance something with it; let your hands touch
  • one: indefinite article of the masculine in the accusative
  • verdongeln (coll.)
  • unite: lead to common ground; reflexively team up
  • unite: trans., refl .: lead to a whole
  • link: make something happen at the same time; connect; Knot threads or something similar; knot together; to bring something into a connection with something; Hunter's language: mate
  • merge: trans., have: to combine something with something else to create something new; trans., to be: becoming something new through the process
  • merge: bring two things closer together
  • put together: transitive: to create a whole from its parts; reflexive: meeting with others; reflexive: consist of
  • derive: let something branch off, lead away; Mathematics, Analysis: determine the derivative of a function; Electrics conduct electricity to earth; Linguistics develop a new word from a word by adding a derivative morpheme or by changing the word itself; derive something (such as a conjecture) from something else in order to prove or explain it
  • deduce: Logic: derive general statements on the individual case from premises according to the rules of logic
  • infer: develop something causally
  • derive: transitive: to derive something (such as a hypothesis or a word) from something else in order to prove or explain it; reflexive: to be derived from something
  • to conclude: to make a conclusion
  • close (off)
  • Conclude: develop a thesis from known information
  • compare
  • merge
  • unite: trans., refl .: lead to a whole
  • merge: bring two things closer together

Another word (synonym) for combine - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "combine":

combinare:… Pronunciation / emphasis: IPA: [kombiˈnaːre] Word meaning / definition: transitive: 1) combine 2) put together 3) combine 4) agree 5) an agreement or a…

Mix: mix; combine; unite (without special arrangement) Origin of the term: 1) Old High German: miskan, Latin: miscere Synonyms: 1) to mix, stir Application examples: 1) I shuffle the cards and you get two beers

Combinatorics: there is a certain number of things to combine with each other. Origin of the term: 1) Combination Superordinate terms: 1) Stochastics, mathematics Examples of use: 1) Combinatorics is used in the calculation of probability

com-:… Prefix con, com = with, together Examples of use: 1) for adjectives: competent, for nouns: complex, for verbs: combine Translations Swedish: 1)…

material: ... and the silhouette of a piece of clothing are the components that have to be combined again and again. 3) So much material sensuality simply needs to be taken in hand, and ...


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