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piece sth together

phrasal verb with piece uk   us   /piːs/ verb
to ​create something by ​joining the ​separateparts of it together or by ​joining different things together: The ​ancientskull has been pieced together fromfragments. Kevin has done a ​greatjob of piecing together a ​tremendousteam. The ​police are ​collectingclues in ​order to ​piece together the ​details of the ​day she ​died.
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