Definition of combo
1 : a usually small jazz or dance band
2 informal : combination an appealing color combo
Examples of combo in a Sentence
The carpet design comes in three different color combos.
Recent Examples of combo from the Web
The Broncos were the first to offer Gibson, a rising senior, on July 29, 2016 and were the first to visit the 5-foot-10 combo guard in-home two months later.
Most ISPs charge you a monthly fee for a mediocre modem/router combo.
BuzzFeed even polled their readers on the topic, finding that 92% of participants (allegedly 410,000 people) saw grey and teal, 4% (allegedly 18,500 people) saw pink and white, and the remaining 4% claimed to see another combo.
Former University of Kansas combo guard Rex Walters played seven years in the NBA.
The combo may be tried and true, but still very much on trend.
Here's my best bets for Week 14: ADD OF Keon Broxton, Brewers (ESPN: 39%; CBS: 63%): How is a power-speed combo like Broxton still available in so many leagues?
At the top of the lineup, Jean Segura and Ben Gamel are getting on base with as much regularity as any combo in baseball, setting the table for Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz.
More draft: Donovan Mitchell picked 13th, traded to the Utah Jazz The combo forward shot 56.3 percent from the field in two years at IU, including 65.2 percent on 2-pointers.
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Origin and Etymology of combo
combination + 1-o
First Known Use: 1921See Words from the same year
COMBO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of combo for English Language Learners
: a small musical group that plays jazz or dance music
: a combination of different things
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