Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Combination"

The meaning of "Combination" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I think you need a combination of traditional retailing and e-commerce: CLICKS-AND-MORTAR. mean?
A: That is a term he made up that means “a combination of traditional retailing and e-commerce”. It is a play on the term bricks-and-mortar, which means non internet shops.
Q: What does combination mean?
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Q: What does combination mean?
A: Combination comes from combine (v). So combine changes its form to a noun, combination. so combination is kind of like the result of combining. or like, the result of being put together by two or more things as one ex) strawberry smoothie is a combination of strawberry, milk, yogurt, etc.
Q: What does I don't understand this combination " to LIFT OPEN " Why here lift + open??? why didn't author write easier like" he manages to lift the lid "? And he peers inside???? does exist the verb to peer. as I kn... mean?
A: Lift open is a phrasal verb - it's sometimes used with things like chests, trap doors etc. And peer is a verb too, it means to look.

Example sentences using "Combination"

Q: Please show me example sentences with combination.
A: I like this food combination. That's not a good color combination.
Q: Please show me example sentences with It's a combination of both..
A: It means that it's not only one thing, but a mix of two things. "It's a combination of both strength and endurance that makes good athletes." "You have been acting weird lately. Are you busy? Or tired of hanging out with us? It's a combination of both. I have been busy and I am tired of hanging out."

Synonyms of "Combination" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between combination between A and B and combination between A with B and combination of A and B and combination of A with B ?
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Q: What is the difference between combination and associate ?
A: Combination means the gathering of people, animals, or things etc. While associate means to help or something. Examples: COMBINATION 1.) The combination of Sheila and Joshua is amazing. 2.)The combination of me and him will be a mess. Associate 1.) Teacher said that we should associate with our groupmates.
Q: What is the difference between there are too many combinations and there are so many combinations ?
A: The second one just means that there are lots of combinations (but you are not making any comment about the fact), whereas the first one tells us that there are so many combinations that you can't cope with them all (for some reason).
Q: What is the difference between in combination with and coupled with ?
A: There isn't much of a difference, but 'coupled with' would usually mean there is two items total, while 'in combination with' may have more than that.

Translations of "Combination"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the combination of products that a company has to offer.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i can't get the combination to work.
A: Without context, it is typically said when trying to unlock a padlock (spinning-wheel number lock), and it's not working. "Combination" refers to the set of three numbers, XX-XX-XX used in a padlock. It can also mean trying to fit multiple things together - "combination" comes from "combine" which is a verb that means "to put things together".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? combination
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a combination of lunch and dinner (like a brunch)
A: Maybe Linnner or dunch but those are completely made up because a combination of lunch and dinner isn't a thing in the U.S.

Other questions about "Combination"

Q: combination は2種類の組み合わせのときしか使えませんか? 3種類の組み合わせを言いたいときはなんと言いますか?
A: はい、二種類以上でも使えます。
Q: compare the combination of A with B and A with C. does this sound natural?
A: Great job! I would put a comma in, though. "...A with B, and A with C."
Q: Which combination below sounds best to you? (Please let me know if you have any other ideas.) -- a chaste Royt an innocent Royt an unspoiled Royt -- I'd like to use it as a subtitle of my work. Royt ...
A: "Chaste" has sexual implications, while innocent has a wider range of meaning and does not necessarily connote sexuality. Both are positive words. Unspoiled is more negative in my opinion, because if the reader thinks the poem is sexual, then unspoiled has a more blatant underlying assumptions that sex is dirty. Words similar to unspoiled are unsullied. So depending on the meaning you want to create, you can choose one. Good luck with your poem!😉
Q: This is a combination of kalbi short rib and horumon offal. or This is a combination of kalbi short ribs and horumon offals. does this sound natural?
A: the first one
Q: How about the combination of melons, oranges, apples and grapes? does this sound natural?
A: Got it. I would use "a" instead of "the," and maybe mix instead of combination, although mix and combination are really interchangeable. "How about a mix of melons, oranges, apples, and grapes?" "How about a combination of fruits?"

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