Meaning of “bring sb/sth together” in the English Dictionary

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"bring sb/sth together" in British English

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bring sb/sth together

phrasal verb with bring uk /brɪŋ/ us /brɪŋ/ verb [ T ] brought, brought

to cause people to be friendly with each other:

The disaster brought the community together.

More examples

  • Their dream to bring computers and ordinary people together was nothing less than revolutionary.
  • Fate has brought us together.
  • A tripartite agreement brought together government, industry and trade unions in an effort to reduce unemployment.
  • A common interest in chess and politics brought them together.
  • In the end a desire for peace brought the two sides together.

(Definition of “bring sb/sth together” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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