-cum-

[[t]-kʌm-[/t]]
COMB in N-COUNT
-cum- is put between two nouns to form a noun referring to something or someone that is partly one thing and partly another.

...a dining-room-cum-study...

She was a sort of policewoman-cum-prosecutor.


English dictionary. 2008.


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