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Translation of "together" - English-Spanish dictionary

together

adverb   /təˈɡeð·ər/
A1 with each other juntos They live together.
B1 at the same time a la vez We can deal with both problems together.
in the same place or close to each other juntos We all sat together.
(Definition of together from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

together

adverb /təˈɡeðə/
with someone or something else; in company junto(s) They travelled together.
at the same time juntos, al mismo tiempo They all arrived together.
so as to be joined or united juntos; uno con otro… He nailed/fitted/stuck the pieces of wood together.
by action with one or more other people juntos Together we persuaded him.
togetherness noun
the state of being close together unión Their evenings round the fire gave them a feeling of togetherness.
together with
in company with, in addition to junto con My knowledge, together with his money, should be very useful.
(Definition of together from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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