Crossword clues for combo
- Lounge band
- Jazz trio, say
- Jazz club attraction
- Fast-food package deal
- Fast food menu choice
- Trio or quartet
- Three-piece band, e.g
- Sub, chips and a drink, e.g
- Small group of players
- Small dance band
- Pitcher-catcher ensemble
- Package deal
- One-two punch, e.g
- Not-too-big a band
- Many a lounge act
- Lock opener, informally
- Jazz-club band
- Jazz trio, e.g
- Jazz quartet, e.g
- Jazz club performers
- Jazz club performer
- Group into jazz
- Group at a jazz club
- Fast-food twofer
- Fast-food restaurant order
- Fast-food deal
- Fast food buy
- Couple of punches
- ___ meal (fast food option with fries and a drink)
- Cabaret band
- Small band
- Jazz group
- Jam producer?
- Money-saving restaurant offer
- Two-for-one, e.g.
- Small jazz band
- A small band of jazz musicians
- Dance band
- Bebop band
- Bass, sax and guitar
- Jazz ensemble
- Group beginning to bathe in lake
- Money-saving restaurant option
- Old doctor entering company group
- Small pop group
- Small group of musicians
- Small (jazz or rock) band
- Search round for small band
- Musical group
- Musical ensemble
- Fast-food option
- Small music ensemble
- Jazz band
- Two-for-one, e.g
- Small jazz or dance band
- Performance group
- Meal with fries and a drink
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
combo \combo\ n. a small band of jazz musicians.
Syn: jazz band, jazz group. [WordNet 1.5] ||
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1929, U.S. slang, originally in entertainment (jazz groups, dance teams), short for combination.
n. 1 A small musical group. 2 (context slang English) A combination. 3 (context video games English) An action composed of a sequence of simpler actions, especially a composite attacking move in a fighting game.
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In video games, a combo (short for combination) is a term that designates a set of actions performed in sequence, usually with strict timing limitations, that yield a significant benefit or advantage. The term originates from fighting games where it is based upon the concept of a striking combination. It has been since applied more generally to a wide variety of genres, such as puzzle games, shoot 'em ups, and sports games. Combos are commonly used as an essential gameplay element, but can also serve as a high score or attack power modifier, or simply as a way to exhibit a flamboyant playing style.
In fighting games, combo specifically indicates a timed sequence of moves which produce a cohesive series of hits, each of which leaves the opponent unable or almost unable to block or otherwise avoid the following hits in the sequence. In some cases, each additional hit has an increasing negative modifier in order to balance gameplay, as shown in Capcom's Street Fighter IV series.
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Usage examples of "combo".
Swiftly Dan leaped out, dragged the body into the combo, and took off.
Once outside, he ran most of the way to his combo, and did not feel safe till he was in the air again.
Located source in a combo with number 8-283-746-A and followed to free-robot area, sometimes called Android City.
Sutter landed his combo in a suitable parking place in Android City, walked to the street, and presently espied Dan, Peter II, Peter III, and Anita II coming toward him.
A four-piece combo of volunteer musicians were grouped around the big Steinway piano.
Neither of us thought the combo of homicide detective and high-school teacher sounded brilliant or even possible for the long haul.
Not the sharpest, by a long shot, which combo of sweet, trusting, and dim put her in my kidstoworryabout category.
On a half sob and a hiccough combo, she rose to her feet and let Charmaine in.
A washer-dryer combo stood beyond the sink, not far from a dishwasher and a microwave oven.
Patrons occupied all the booths and most of the tables, the combo was setting up in a corner, and several couples on the minuscule dance floor were shaking their assets to a blaring rock tune from hidden speakers that had Magnus gritting his teeth.
As a result of this move, came an interesting amalgamation: Howard Sipple, Marilyn Mills, and a small combo of twenty were brought into the fold.
Considering something unwearable after one use had gone the way of electric washer-dryer combos.
Although Pannach died, Kuno is well, and he is now fronting the reformed Klaus Renft Combo.
September 1935, Combos, this time accompanied by Kanya, paid another visit to Berlin.
You know, use the same materials or some combo thereof with the poolhouse and the studio.