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gather

verb
 
 
/ˈɡæðər/
MAKE A GROUP [I, T] B2 to join other people somewhere to make a group, or to bring people together into a group
toplamak, bir araya getirmek
Crowds of fans gathered at the stadium for the big match.Forming groups (of people)
COLLECT [T] B2 to collect several things together, often from different places or people
çeşitli şeyleri bir araya getirmek/toplamak
They interviewed 1000 people to gather data on TV viewing habits. She gathered her things together and left.Collecting and amassing
THINK [T] to think something is true because you have heard or seen information about it
bilgi toplamak,anlamak, anlam/sonuç çıkarmak
From what I can gather, they haven't sold their house yet.Concluding and deducing
gather speed/strength/support, etc to increase in speed/strength/support, etc
hız/güç/destek kazanmak; ...i/ı artmak
Increasing and decreasing speed of motion
(Definition of gather from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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