combinato etymology

Italian word combinato comes from Italian combinare

Detailed word origin of combinato

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
combinare Italian (ita) (intransitive) to agree, fit, coincide. (transitive) to arrange, organize, agree. (transitive) to combine, match, mix, reconcile, mingle. (transitive) to conclude, clinch, make, achieve. (transitive) to lace. (transitive, familiar) to do, be up to.
combinato Italian (ita) Arranged, rigged, fixed. Combined. Joint, concerted.

Words with the same origin as combinato

Descendants of combinare