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Translation of "gather" - English-Spanish dictionary

gather

verb /ˈɡӕðə/
to (cause to) come together in one place reunir(se), juntar(se), congregarse A crowd of people gathered near the accident.
to learn (from what has been seen, heard etc) deducir; tener entendido I gather you are leaving tomorrow.
to collect or get recoger; recolectar He gathered strawberries from the garden She went to the library to gather information for her class project.
to pull (material) into small folds and stitch together fruncir She gathered the skirt at the waist.
gathering noun
a meeting of people reunión a family gathering.
gather round phrasal verb
to come together around a person, thing etc reunirse en torno (a) Will everyone please gather round?
gather together phrasal verb
to come or bring together, in a group reunir, juntar He gathered his books and papers together.
(Definition of gather from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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