synergy

  

Definition

A state in which two or more things work together in a particularly fruitful way that produces an effect greater the sum of their individual effects. Expressed also as "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts."

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  • Charlie and Lea enjoy working together on group projects, because they reach a synergy that produces great work that always receives good grades.

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  • If you supply all the ingredients needed to bake cookies and we use my oven to bake the cookies, then together we created the synergy needed to make delicious homemade cookies.

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  • The synergy of perfect summer temperatures and gentle rains helped Jason and Alana grow the juiciest tomatoes they had ever eaten.

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