Meaning of “together” - Learner’s Dictionary

together

adverb us uk /təˈɡeðər/
They travelled the length and breadth of Scotland together.I got a good shot of them leaving the hotel together.Let's fix a day to have lunch together.If we spend too much time together we end up getting on each other's nerves.Tim and I were at school together, but I haven't seen him since then.
WITH SOMEONE

A1 with each other:

We went shopping together.
They live together.
CONNECTED

B2 used to say that two or more things are joined to each other, mixed with each other, etc:

She tied the two pieces of rope together.
SAME PLACE

B2 in the same place or close to each other:

We all sat together.
SAME TIME

B1 at the same time:

We'll deal with the next two items on the list together.
together with sth

in addition to something:

She sent some flowers together with a card.
→ See also get your act together , get-together

(Definition of “together adverb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)