To combine by synthesis; to unite.
to combine to form a new, complex object
to form something new by the union of simpler compounds or elements.
combine so as to form a more complex, product; "his operas synthesize music and drama in perfect harmony"
combine and form a synthesis
To combine separate elements or ideas to form something new.
Combining new information with existing knowledge to form an original idea or interpretation.
A combination of separate elements into a whole
To create something, such as chemicals in the body, from simpler, raw materials.
To put parts together into wholes.
To examine, closely study, and evaluate how individual text elements work together as a whole by combining the knowledge of one text element to the analysis of an additional element.
to create poliovirus artificially in the laboratory, by combining its individual components.
the pulling together of ideas or information to develop a common framework for understanding or to create a new idea; writers synthesize when they create, imagine, or combine ideas
The process of combining two separate elements into one new element.