togetheradverbuk /təˈɡeð.ər/ us /-ɚ/
together adverb (WITH EACH OTHER)
- I cherish the memories of the time we spent together.
- When you've finished your work sheets, clip them together and hand them in to me.
- It was when we started living together that we found we just weren't compatible.
- If you two don't talk out the differences between you, it'll be very difficult for you to continue working together.
- The bride and groom walked down the aisle together.
together adverb (AT THE SAME TIME)
together adverb (COMBINED)
- The population of the US is bigger than that of Britain, France and Germany put together.
- The stables and other outbuildings were sold together with the main house.
- The skirt and jacket looked a bit odd together.
- Unemployment and inner city decay are inseparable issues which must be tackled together.
- In their heyday, they sold as many records as all the other groups in the country put together.
together adverb (IN ONE PLACE)
- The monkeys bunched together in the corner of their cage.
- We huddled together on the cliff ledge, waiting for rescue.
- We pushed all the furniture together in the middle of the room, so that we could paint the walls.
- Doctors inserted a metal pin in his leg to hold the bones together.
- We all grouped together round the bride for a family photograph.
together adverb (AND ALSO)
togetheradjectiveuk /təˈɡeð.ər/ us /-ɚ/ informal approving
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