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to·geth·er

 (tə-gĕth′ər)
adv.
1. In or into a single group, mass, or place: We gather together.
2. In or into contact: The cars crashed together. She mixed the chemicals together.
3.
a. In association with or in relationship to one another; mutually or reciprocally: getting along together.
b. By joint or cooperative effort: We ironed the entire load of clothes together.
4. Regarded collectively; in total: She is worth more than all of us together. Considered together, the proposals made little sense.
5. In or into a unified structure or arrangement: put the food processor together.
6. Simultaneously: The bells rang out together.
7. In harmony or accord: We stand together on this issue.
8. Informal Into an effective, coherent condition: Get yourself together.
adj. Slang
1. Emotionally stable and effective in performance: She's really together.
2. In tune with what is going on; hip.
Idiom:
get/put it all together Slang
To unify and harmonize one's resources so as to perform with maximal effectiveness.

[Middle English, from Old English tōgædere; see ghedh- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

to·geth′er·ness n.
Usage Note: Together with is often used following the subject of a sentence or clause to introduce an addition. The addition, however, does not alter the number of the verb, which is governed by the subject: The king (singular), together with two aides, is expected soon. The same is true of along with, besides, and in addition to. See Usage Notes at besides, like2.

together

(təˈɡɛðə)
adv
1. with cooperation and interchange between constituent elements, members, etc: we worked together.
2. in or into contact or union with each other: to stick papers together.
3. in or into one place or assembly; with each other: the people are gathered together.
4. at the same time: we left school together.
5. considered collectively or jointly: all our wages put together couldn't buy that car.
6. continuously: working for eight hours together.
7. closely, cohesively, or compactly united or held: water will hold the dough together.
8. mutually or reciprocally: to multiply 7 and 8 together.
9. informal organized: to get things together.
10. together with in addition to
adj
slang self-possessed and well-organized; mentally and emotionally stable: she's a very together lady.
[Old English tōgædre; related to Old Frisian togadera, Middle High German gater; see gather]
Usage: See at plus

to•geth•er

(təˈgɛð ər)

adv.
1. into or in one gathering, company, or body: Call the people together.
2. into or in union, proximity, collision, etc., as two or more things: to sew things together.
3. into relationship, agreement, etc., as two or more persons: to bring strangers together.
4. considered collectively: to cost more than all the others together.
5. (of a single thing) into a condition of compactness or coherence: to squeeze a thing together.
6. at the same time; simultaneously.
7. continuously; uninterruptedly: for days together.
8. in cooperation; with united action; conjointly: to undertake a task together.
9. with mutual action; reciprocally: conferring together.
adj.
10. Informal. emotionally stable and well organized: a very together person.
[before 900; variant of earlier togedere, togadere, Old English tōgædere, c. Old Frisian togadera]
to•geth′er•ness, n.
usage: See altogether.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.together - mentally and emotionally stable; "she's really together"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
unneurotic - not neurotic; "successful mothers--mothers with unneurotic children"; "he's the most unneurotic person I know"
Adv.1.together - in contact with each other or in proximity; "the leaves stuck together"
2.together - assembled in one placetogether - assembled in one place; "we were gathered together"
3.together - in each other's companytogether - in each other's company; "we went to the movies together"; "the family that prays together stays together"
4.together - at the same timetogether - at the same time; "we graduated together"
5.together - with cooperation and interchangetogether - with cooperation and interchange; "we worked together on the project"
6.together - with a common plan; "act in concert"

together

adjective
1. (Informal) self-possessed, calm, composed, well-balanced, cool, stable, well-organized, well-adjusted She was very headstrong, and very together.

together

adverb
1. In, into, or as a single body:
2. At the same time:
Idioms: all at once, all together.
adjective
Slang. In a state of preparedness:
Informal: go.
Idioms: all set, in working order.
Translations
بالعَمَلِ معاسَوِيّاًفي نَفْس الوَقْتمع بَعْضِه البَعْضمَعا، سَوِيّا
dohromadyspolečněspoluzároveň
sammeni fællesskab
yhdessäyhteen
zajedno
egyszerreegyüttössze
samansamtímis
一緒に
함께
bendromis jėgomisbendrumasdraugesu-vienu metu
cieši kopākopākopīgivienlaicīgi
dohromady
skupaj
tillsammansihop
ร่วมกัน
birliktehep birlikteaynı zamandaberaberbirbirine
cùng nhau

together

[təˈgeðəʳ]
When together is an element in a phrasal verb, eg bring together, get together, sleep together, look up the verb.
A. ADV
1. (= in company) [live, work, be] → juntos/as
now we're togetherahora estamos juntos
they work togethertrabajan juntos
together they managed itentre los dos lo lograron
all togethertodos/as juntos/as, todos/as en conjunto
they were all together in the bartodos estaban reunidos en el bar
they belong together [couple] → están hechos el uno para el otro; [socks] → esos van juntos
let's get it together (fig) → organicémonos, pongamos manos a la obra
we're in this togetherestamos metidos todos por igual
they were all in it together (pej) → todos estaban metidos en el asunto
to put a meal togetherpreparar una comida
to put a show togethermontar un show
together withjunto con
together with his colleagues, he accepted responsibilityél, junto con sus colegas, admitió ser responsable
2. (= simultaneously) → a la vez
you can't all get in togetherno podéis entrar todos a la vez
don't all talk togetherno habléis todos a la vez
all together now! (singing) → ¡todos en coro!; (pulling) → ¡todos a la vez!
we'll do parts A and B togetherharemos juntamente las partes A y B
3. (= continuously) → seguidos/as
for weeks togetherdurante semanas seguidas
B. ADJ (= well-adjusted) → equilibrado, cabal

together

[təˈgɛðər]
adv
(= with one another) → ensemble
Are they still together? → Ils sont toujours ensemble?
We went on long bike rides together → Nous partions ensemble pour de longues promenades à vélo.
to live together → vivre ensemble
(= at same time) → en même temps
Don't all speak together! → Ne parlez pas tous en même temps!
"Of course not," said Laing and the minister together → "Bien sûr que non" Laing et le ministre dirent-ils de concert.
close together → près l'un(e) de l'autre
to gather things together → rassembler des affaires
We gathered our things together → Nous avons rassemblé nos affaires.
to mix things together → mélanger des choses ensemble
(= combined) → ensemble
Together they won 80% of the vote → Ensemble, ils ont remporté 80% des voix.
together with → avec
to go together (= combine well) → aller bien ensemble
Some colours go together and some don't → Certaines couleurs vont bien ensemble, d'autres non.
herbs that go together very well with pasta → des fines herbes qui vont très bien avec les pâtes
to go together (= be inseparable) → aller de pair
to go together with sth → aller de pair avec qch

together

adv
zusammen; to do something togetheretw zusammen tun; (= with one another) discuss, play, dance etc alsoetw miteinander tun; (= jointly) try, achieve, do research etc alsoetw gemeinsam tun; to sit/stand etc togetherzusammensitzen/-stehen etc, beieinandersitzen/-stehen etc; to be (all) together (people) → (alle) zusammen or beieinander or beisammen sein; to tie/fit/glue etc two things togetherzwei Dinge zusammenbinden/-setzen/-kleben etc; we’re in this togetherwir hängen da alle or (two people) → beide zusammen drin (inf); they were both in it togethersie waren beide zusammen or miteinander daran beteiligt; just you and me togethernur wir beide zusammen; to go together (= match)zusammenpassen
(= at the same time)zusammen; all together nowjetzt alle zusammen; you’re not together (Mus) → ihr seid im Takt auseinander
(= continuously) for hours togetherstundenlang; can’t you sit still for two minutes together!kannst du nicht mal zwei Minuten (lang) still sitzen?
together with(zusammen) mit
adj (inf)cool (inf); she’s more together nowsie ist jetzt besser beieinander (inf)

together

[təˈgɛðəʳ] adv
a. (gen) → insieme
together with → insieme a
all together → tutti insieme
they were both in it together (pej) → vi erano implicati entrambi
we're in this together → siamo nella stessa barca
to bring the two sides together → far mettere d'accordo le due parti
to gather together → radunarsi
to put a meal together → mettere insieme un pranzo or una cena
b. (simultaneously) → insieme, contemporaneamente, allo stesso tempo; (continuously) → di seguito

together

(təˈgeðə) adverb
1. with someone or something else; in company. They travelled together.
2. at the same time. They all arrived together.
3. so as to be joined or united. He nailed/fitted/stuck the pieces of wood together.
4. by action with one or more other people. Together we persuaded him.
toˈgetherness noun
the state of being close together. Their evenings round the fire gave them a feeling of togetherness.
together with
in company with. in addition to: My knowledge, together with his money, should be very useful.

together

سَوِيّاً spolu sammen zusammen μαζί juntos yhdessä ensemble zajedno assieme 一緒に 함께 samen sammen razem juntos вместе tillsammans ร่วมกัน birlikte cùng nhau 在一起
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He was called before the curtain, and with great propriety appeared, leading Hagar, whose singing was considered more wonderful than all the rest of the performance put together.
For a moment he stood thus, rubbing his hands together and looking up and down the road, and then, fear overcoming him, ran back to walk again upon the porch on his own house.
He said he quite enjoyed the training with all the other horses, trotting together, turning together, to the right hand or the left, halting at the word of command, or dashing forward at full speed at the sound of the trumpet or signal of the officer.
And so they ran together that the knight brake his spear on Marhaus, and Sir Marhaus smote him so hard that he brake his neck and the horse's back --"
She rather suspected it to be so, on the very first evening of their being together, from his listening so attentively while she sang to them; and when the visit was returned by the Middletons' dining at the cottage, the fact was ascertained by his listening to her again.
Her husband saw her (so she learned from her father) it might be once in five or six times: it might be twice or thrice running: it might be, not for a week or a fortnight together.
The exquisite stillness in the cool old church was as the peace in our hearts, and the rippling sound of the sunlit leaves outside seemed like the very murmur of the stream of life down which we dreamed of gliding together from that hour.
Oh, go with me,' said the man; 'if we three are together we shall easily travel through the wide world.
I stood out against it with all my might, was rather for scuttling the boat and perishing together among the sharks that followed us; but when Helmar said that if his proposal was accepted we should have drink, the sailor came round to him.
A vine loaded with grapes was trained and grew luxuriantly about the mouth of the cave; there were also four running rills of water in channels cut pretty close together, and turned hither and thither so as to irrigate the beds of violets and luscious herbage over which they flowed.
So they came into the room together, anti clustered round Grandfather's great chair.
The Great Stone Face, then, was a work of Nature in her mood of majestie playfulness, formed on the perpendicular side of a mountain by some immense rocks, which had been thrown together in such a position as, when viewed at a proper distance, precisely to resemble the features of the human countenance.