combine 組み合わせる

September 20, 2015 =========
☆ combine 組み合わせる
When I saw today’s word, the first thing I thought of was a “combine harvester”. Do you know what that is? It’s a large machine used on farms that cuts, sorts, and cleans grain. It’s called a “combine” harvester, because it combines three separate operations of harvesting into one single process.
Although the word “combine” in “combine harvester” is being used as an adjective, today we are using it as a verb meaning to join or connect two or more things to create a single thing. For example:
I had to combine the data from all the reports into a single research paper.
If improved education is combined with other factors, great results can occur.
How can we successfully combine freedom with responsibility?
Can you use “combine” in a sentence?