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add together

  • verb determine the sum of
    tot up; add up; sum; tally; tote up; tot; add; summate; total; sum up.
    • Add all the people in this town to those of the neighboring town
  • verb make an addition by combining numbers
    add.
    • Add 27 and 49, please!
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all together

  • adverb all at the same time
    all at once.
    • Let's say `Yes!' all at once
  • adverb used of a group whose members acted or were acted upon collectively and when `all' and `together' can be separated by other words
    • they were herded all together
    • they were all herded together
    • the books lay all together in a heap
    • the books all lay together...
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band together

  • verb form a group or unite
    confederate.
    • The groups banded together
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bring together

  • verb cause to become joined or linked
    join.
    • join these two parts so that they fit together
  • verb bring together in a common cause or emotion
    bring together; bond.
    • The death of their child had drawn them together
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bringing close together

  • noun the act of bringing near or bringing together especially the cut edges of tissue
    approximation.
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bunch together

  • verb form into a bunch
    bunch up; bunch.
    • The frightened children bunched together in the corner of the classroom
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calling together

  • noun the act of convoking
    convocation.
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clap together

  • verb make hastily and carelessly
    clap up; clap together.
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close together

  • adjective satellite located close together
    approximate.
    • with heads close together
    • approximate leaves grow together but are not united
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cobble together

  • verb put together hastily
    cobble up.
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come together

  • verb come together, as if in an embrace
    close.
    • Her arms closed around her long lost relative
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coming together

  • noun the social act of assembling for some common purpose
    meeting.
    • his meeting with the salesmen was the high point of his day
  • noun the act of joining together as one
    merging; meeting.
    • the merging of the two groups occurred quickly
    • there was no meeting of minds
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crowd together

  • verb to gather together in large numbers
    crowd.
    • men in straw boaters and waxed mustaches crowded the verandah
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draw together

  • verb bring together in a common cause or emotion
    bring together; bond.
    • The death of their child had drawn them together
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fudge together

  • verb produce shoddily, without much attention to detail
    fudge together.
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get together

  • noun a small informal social gathering
    meeting.
    • there was an informal meeting in my living room
  • verb get people together
    assemble; gather.
    • assemble your colleagues
    • get together all those who are interested in the project
    • gather the close family members
  • verb get together socially or for a specific purpose
    meet.
  • verb work together on a common enterprise of project
    collaborate; join forces; cooperate.
    • The soprano and the pianist did not get together very well
    • We joined forces with another research group
  • verb become part of; become a member of a group or organization
    fall in; join.
    • He joined the Communist Party as a young man
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hang together

  • verb be connected
    interdepend.
    • In my heart I can make the world hang together
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huddle together

  • verb crowd or draw together
    huddle.
    • let's huddle together--it's cold!
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lash together

  • verb bind together with a cord or rope
    • Lash together these barrels!
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league together

  • verb attach oneself to a group
    band oneself.
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live together

  • verb share living quarters; usually said of people who are not married and live together as a couple
    shack up; cohabit.
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pack together

  • verb make more compact by or as if by pressing
    compact; compress.
    • compress the data
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pull together

  • verb assemble or get together
    collect; gather; garner.
    • gather some stones
    • pull your thoughts together
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put together

  • verb create by putting components or members together
    set up; tack; assemble; piece; put together.
    • She pieced a quilt
    • He tacked together some verses
    • They set up a committee
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sew together

  • verb fasten by sewing; do needlework
    sew; stitch; run up.
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slap together

  • verb make hastily and carelessly
    clap up; clap together.
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sleep together

  • verb have sexual intercourse with
    love; fuck; sleep with; have it away; screw; have intercourse; get it on; lie with; hump; make love; make out; get laid; have a go at it; bonk; eff; have sex; jazz; be intimate; know; have it off; bang; bed; do it; roll in the hay.
    • This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm
    • Adam knew Eve
    • Were you ever intimate with this man?
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stay together

  • verb be loyal to one another, especially in times of trouble
    stay together.
    • The two families stuck together throughout the war
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stick together

  • verb be loyal to one another, especially in times of trouble
    stay together.
    • The two families stuck together throughout the war
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tack together

  • verb create by putting components or members together
    set up; tack; assemble; piece; put together.
    • She pieced a quilt
    • He tacked together some verses
    • They set up a committee
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throw together

  • verb produce shoddily, without much attention to detail
    fudge together.
  • verb bring into random order
    jumble; scramble.
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To burn, To burn together

  • as two surfaces of metal (Engin.), to fuse and unite them by pouring over them a quantity of the same metal in a liquid state.
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To come together

  • . (a) To meet for business, worship, etc.; to assemble. Acts i. 6. (b) To live together as man and wife. Matt. i. 18.
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To gather one's self together

  • to collect and dispose one's powers for a great effort, as a beast crouches preparatory to a leap.
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To give way together

  • to row in time; to keep stroke.
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To grow together

  • to close and adhere; to become united by growth, as flesh or the bark of a tree severed. Howells.
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To hang together

  • . (a) To remain united; to stand by one another. "We are all of a piece; we hang together." Dryden. (b) To be self-consistent; as, the story does not hang together. Colloq.
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To hold together

  • to be joined; not to separate; to remain in union. Dryden. Locke.
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To lay heads together

  • to consult.
  • to consult; to conspire.
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To put this and that (or two and two) together

  • to draw an inference; to form a correct conclusion.
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To put together

  • to attach; to aggregate; to unite in one.
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To shut together

  • to unite; to close, especially to close by welding.
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To stand together

  • to be consistent; to agree.
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To thrust together

  • to compress.
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Together with

  • adverb in conjunction with; combined
    collectively; jointly; conjointly.
    • our salaries put together couldn't pay for the damage
    • we couldn't pay for the damages with all our salaries put together
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  • in union with; in company or mixture with; along with.
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