combination calculus com·bi·na·tion calculus (kŏm’bə-nā’shən)
See alternating calculus.
noun 1. an outside door having a frame into which different types of panels can be inserted, as a screen for summer or storm sash for winter.
noun 1. a shoe last that has a narrower heel or instep than the standard last.
noun 1. a lock opened by rotating one or more specially marked dials a given number of times through a particular set of positions in a prescribed order and direction. noun 1. a type of lock that can only be opened when a set of dials releasing the tumblers of the lock are turned to […]
- Combination oven
noun a kitchen appliance that can do conventional heating or microwave cooking Usage Note cooking
modifier Containing a little of everything; grab-bag: legislature submitting gigantic combination-platter spending bills (1980s+)