as in, "I combined COCAINE with downers. "
Ｑ： If you combine a beret and a dad, what do you get?
|( が or に ) まじ＊わる||
to intersect with
|( が ) ま＊じる||
to be mixed with
|( を ) ま＊ぜる||
I mix things together . Also used figuratively, as in joining or associating with a group.
swap, exchange (Japanese/English language exchange, for instance)
You write a sentence about CROTCHES.
I combine a BERET with crutches, to make the fashion hit of the season.
Dad has NO BERET, because he's not French.