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  • 121 put together — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you put something together, you join its different parts to each other so that it can be used. [V n P] He took it apart brick by brick, and put it back together again... [V P n (not pron)] The factories no longer relied upon a… …

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  • 122 come together — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms come together : present tense I/you/we/they come together he/she/it comes together present participle coming together past tense came together past participle come together 1) to start to be good or… …

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  • 123 come together — verb come together, as if in an embrace Her arms closed around her long lost relative • Syn: ↑close • Hypernyms: ↑move • Verb Frames: Something is ing PP * * * come together [phrasal verb] …

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  • 124 Come Together — The Beatles Veröffentlichung 26. September 1969 Genre(s) Popsong Autor(en) Lennon/McCartney Album Abbey Road …

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  • 125 scrape together — Synonyms and related words: accumulate, agglomerate, aggregate, aggroup, amass, assemble, batch, bring together, bulk, bunch, bunch together, bunch up, clump, cluster, collect, colligate, collocate, combine, compare, compile, conglomerate, corral …

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  • 126 stick together — Synonyms and related words: accouple, accumulate, adhere, agglomerate, agglutinate, amass, articulate, assemble, associate, band, be consistent, be the case, be true, be truthful, bind, bond, bracket, braze, bridge, bridge over, bunch, cement,… …

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  • 127 slot together — ˌslot to ˈgether [intransitive/transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they slot together he/she/it slots together present participle slotting together past tense …

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  • 128 re|join — re|join1 «ree JOYN», transitive verb. 1. to join again; unite again: »The members of our family will be rejoined at Thanksgiving. 2. to join the company of again: »The sailor will rejoin his comrades. –v.i. to come together again; be reunited.… …

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  • 129 piece together — Synonyms and related words: accouple, accumulate, agglutinate, amass, articulate, assemble, associate, band, bond, bracket, bridge, bridge over, build, build up, cast, cement, chain, clap together, collect, combine, compose, compound, comprise,… …

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  • 130 grow together — Synonyms and related words: adhere, agglomerate, bunch, clasp, cleave, clinch, cling, cling to, clot, cluster, coagulate, cohere, come together, communicate, congeal, conglomerate, connect, converge, embrace, freeze to, grasp, hang on, hang… …

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  • 131 tack together — verb create by putting components or members together She pieced a quilt He tacked together some verses They set up a committee • Syn: ↑assemble, ↑piece, ↑put together, ↑set up, ↑tack …

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  • 132 pull together — {v.} To join your efforts with those of others; work on a task together; cooperate. * /Many men must pull together if a large business is to succeed./ * /Tim was a good football captain because he always got his teammates to pull together./ …

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  • 133 pull together — {v.} To join your efforts with those of others; work on a task together; cooperate. * /Many men must pull together if a large business is to succeed./ * /Tim was a good football captain because he always got his teammates to pull together./ …

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  • 134 Salo-Salo Together (SST) — Infobox Television show name = Salo Salo Together (SST) caption = genre = camera = multicamera setup picture format = 480i SDTV audio format = format = variety show creator = GMA Entertainment Group developer = GMA Network producer = starring =… …

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  • 135 pull\ together — v To join your efforts with those of others; work on a task together; cooperate. Many men must pull together if a large business is to succeed. Tim was a good football captain because he always got his teammates to pull together …

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  • 136 lump together — PHRASAL VERB: usu passive If a number of different people or things are lumped together, they are considered as a group rather than separately. [be V ed P] Policemen and prostitutes, bankers and butchers are all lumped together in the service… …

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  • 137 We Should Be Together (Song) — Infobox Single Name = We Should Be Together Cover size = Caption = Artist = Cliff Richard from Album = A side = B side = Released = November 1991 Format = Recorded = Genre = Length = 4:20 Label = Writer = Bruce Roberts Producer = Certification =… …

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  • 138 fit together — index comport (agree with), frame (construct), join (bring together) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 139 band together — {v. phr.} To join a group to exert united force. * /The inhabitants of the ecologically threatened area banded together to stop the company from building new smokestacks./ …

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  • 140 band together — {v. phr.} To join a group to exert united force. * /The inhabitants of the ecologically threatened area banded together to stop the company from building new smokestacks./ …

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