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band together

phrasal verb with band uk   us   /bænd/ verb
to join together as a group in order to be able to do something better: We decided to band together and organize a protest.
Translations of “band together”
in Chinese (Traditional) 攜手, 團結,聯合…
in Russian объединяться…
in Turkish iş birliği yapmak, ortak çalışma grubu oluşturmak, imece usulü çalışmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 携手, 团结,联合…
in Polish zorganizować się…
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