knit together


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Translations

w>knit together

vt sep
stitcheszusammenstricken
(= unite) threads of story(miteinander) verknüpfen; peopleeng verbinden
vi
= knit VI b
(= unite)miteinander verwachsen; they knit well togethersie harmonieren gut; (through experience) → sie sind gut aufeinander eingespielt
References in classic literature ?
The labors of these hardy pioneers of science are now about to be knit together by the daring project of Dr.
Hearken not to the unnatural voice which tells you that the people of America, knit together as they are by so many cords of affection, can no longer live together as members of the same family; can no longer continue the mutual guardians of their mutual happiness; can no longer be fellow citizens of one great, respectable, and flourishing empire.
Then the ancient bonds of brotherhood would again have been knit together as firmly as in old times.
If we were knit together then,' pursued the younger brother, 'what will be the bond between us now
They were knit together in a strict and sacred bond, to take care of the good of each other and of the whole.
His brows knit together into a wedgelike furrow, and with a twitch of pain he bit his underlip.
It is being knit together into a stupendous Bell System--a federation of self-governing companies, united by a central company that is the busiest of them all.
Mr Corbyn is highly unlikely to win the Labour leadership - but the support he is attracting shows that whoever Labour do elect may be someone unable to knit together a coalition of voters to win an election.
He said: "Regionally we are very much trying to knit together a comprehensive and consistent approach to CSE management.
MegaBits' goal is to create an ecosystem of games and products that knit together in-game content with facets of the real world, to increase interaction between players, and to define the future of gameplay.
However, given how these how these functions knit together, it is disappointing that the powers will not confer until 2016.
Elland Road supremo Massimo Cellino believes his club needs an experienced British coach who can knit together their new-look squad.