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Translation of "together" - English-Turkish dictionary

together

adverb     /təˈɡeðər/
WITH SOMEONE
A1 with each other beraber, birlikte We went shopping together. They live together.Acting, being or existing together
CONNECTED
B2 used to say that two or more things are joined to each other, mixed with each other, etc beraber, yanyana, birlikte She tied the two pieces of rope together.Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
SAME PLACE
B2 in the same place or close to each other yanyana, birbirine çok yakın We all sat together.Acting, being or existing together
SAME TIME
B1 at the same time aynı zamanda, birlikte We'll deal with the next two items on the list together.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
together with sth
in addition to something ...ile birlikte/beraber She sent some flowers together with a card. →  See also get your act together , get-together Also, extra, and in addition
(Definition of together adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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