together with


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Adv.1.together with - in conjunction with; combined; "our salaries put together couldn't pay for the damage"; "we couldn't pay for the damages with all our salaries put together"
Translations
بالإضافَة إلى
spolu s
ásamt
ile birlikte/beraber

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.
References in classic literature ?
He was really surprised, but after some palaver he let me in together with the two loafers carrying my luggage.
Marlow who was lanky, loose, quietly composed in varied shades of brown robbed of every vestige of gloss, had a narrow, veiled glance, the neutral bearing and the secret irritability which go together with a predisposition to congestion of the liver.
We obtained a sufficient foundation for it by throwing into the slough some editions of books of morality, volumes of French philosophy and German rationalism; tracts, sermons, and essays of modern clergymen; extracts from Plato, Confucius, and various Hindoo sages together with a few ingenious commentaries upon texts of Scripture,--all of which by some scientific process, have been converted into a mass like granite.
are hereby nominated and appointed members of the same; and that they be requested to forward, from time to time, authenticated accounts of their journeys and investigations, of their observations of character and manners, and of the whole of their adventures, together with all tales and papers to which local scenery or associations may give rise, to the Pickwick Club, stationed in London.
Pickwick's oration upon this occasion, together with the debate thereon, is entered on the Transactions of the Club.
When the face was thus completed, all the parts joined together with a nicety that was astonishing.
That's my mother," said Evelyn, who remained sitting on the floor binding her knees together with her arms, and watching Rachel curiously.
Meanwhile Calypso came back with some augers, so he bored holes with them and fitted the timbers together with bolts and rivets.
I suggest, as a first approximation, that these particulars, together with such correlated others as are unperceived, jointly ARE the table; and that a similar definition applies to all physical objects.
So these two knights came together with great random --"
The inhabitants are chiefly landowners, together with a few shopkeepers and the necessary tradesmen, such as blacksmiths and carpenters, who do nearly all the business for a circuit of fifty miles round.
This hog was always wallowing there, and as he was the only hog we saw, his frequent repetition, together with his unvarying similarity to himself, finally caused me to reflect that he must be the same hog, and this led me to the deduction that this must be the same spring, also--which indeed it was.