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Translation of "gather" - English-Polish dictionary

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 gromadzić (się), zbierać (się) 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 zbierać 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 domyślać się, rozumieć 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 nabierać szybkości/sił/zyskiwać poparcie Increasing and decreasing speed of motion
(Definition of gather from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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