If time is given, these ions meet and recombine, their charges are neutralized, and there is no current.
These ions will recombine and neutralize their charges if the opportunity is given.
Whether they recombine in the furnace of the steam-engine or in the animal body, the origin of the power they produce is the same.
I can do no more than give the features; the reader must recombine them in his own mind.
The atoms are thus enabled to recombine, and when they do so they restore the precise amount of heat consumed in their separation.
In any of these cases families once widely dispersed are not likely again to recombine.
Since our task is to discover their connections and to recombine them, for us at the time they are partial.
The atoms may recombine, or join with others, but never form anew that same man.
It is the sun that separates the carbon from the oxygen of the carbonic acid, and thus enables them to recombine.
It creates nothing, but it may enlarge, diminish or recombine ideas with an infinity of form.
"machine that cuts, threshes and cleans grain" (short for combine harvester), 1857, from combine (v.).
recombine re·com·bine (rē'kəm-bīn')
v. re·com·bined, re·com·bin·ing, re·com·bines
To undergo or cause genetic recombination; form new combinations.