combinable

[kuhm-bahy-nuh-buhl]
adjective
capable of combining or being combined.

Origin:
1740–50; combine + -able

combinability, combinableness, noun
combinably, adverb
uncombinable, adjective
uncombinably, adverb
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combine
 
vb
1.  to integrate or cause to be integrated; join together
2.  to unite or cause to unite to form a chemical compound
3.  agriculture to harvest (crops) with a combine harvester
 
n
4.  agriculture short for combine harvester
5.  an association of enterprises, esp in order to gain a monopoly of a market
6.  an association of business corporations, political parties, sporting clubs, etc, for a common purpose
 
[C15: from Late Latin combīnāre, from Latin com- together + bīnī two by two]
 
com'binable
 
adj
 
combina'bility
 
n
 
com'biner
 
n

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Example sentences
Easily combinable with other technologies, such as air sparging or groundwater extraction.
Our framework includes three different but combinable components drawn from the five studies described above.
Only companies engaged in a unitary business or combinable.
If you demonstrate the results are combinable across age groups, then it is appropriate to pool all the data.
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