cobble together


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Verb1.cobble together - put together hastily
compile, compose - put together out of existing material; "compile a list"
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w>cobble together

vt sep (inf) essay etczusammenschustern
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No longer will customers need to cobble together applications and services to run their business.
After taking almost two years to cobble together a deal that pleases no one, the PM bottled the vote at the eleventh hour when it looked certain she'd lose it.
Chapman, who had to cobble together a new squad after losing several key men last summer, said: "If only people knew exactly where we were.
Still smarting from their 58 all out against Sylhet Super Stars, Barisal struggled to cobble together a competitive total after being inserted.
"We will not cobble together a government by hook or crook.
The United States is trying to cobble together a coalition to launch strikes on Syria.
ACCUSING the JD( U) of resorting to ' jugad' ( petty tactics) to cobble together a majority, the BJP's 91 MLAs walked out of the assembly during the confidence vote.
After skipper Sammy struck an unbeaten 60 to cobble together a defendable 211 for nine he combined with Roach to decimate the hosts' top order inside six overs.
After skipper Sammy struck an unbeaten 60 to cobble together a defendable 211 for nine, he combined with Roach to decimate the hosts' top order inside six overs.
(I used my shop vacuum hose.) So you'll have to go to the home center and cobble together a discharge hose.
Britons have considerably more affection for the NHS than they do for a PM who, never let us forget, failed to win the last election and had to cobble together a deal with the Liberal Dems to limp into Downing Street.