bring (something or someone) all together

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bring (something or someone) all together

1. To plan or organize something, such as an event. Let's take a moment to acknowledge the people who worked tirelessly to bring this gala all together. It was a wonderful party—thank you for bringing it all together, sis.
2. To unite people for a certain occasion. Thank you for bringing us all together, sis—we really need to try to spend more time together as a family.
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bring something all together

to organize something; to coordinate something or some event. The party was a great success. Janet was the one who brought it all together. It was a difficult conference to organize, but Sam brought it all together.
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Character Day is about bringing us all together to spend a day focusing on who we are, and who we want to be -- for ourselves, our families, and the world," said Tiffany Shlain.
She impacted people obviously of all generations and it's heartbreaking to know that she's no longer here with us, but she touched all of our lives and is bringing us all together now,' one fan told The Hollywood Reporter.
I bet if England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland were all separate, competing fiefdoms, someone would have the bright idea of creating a new Treaty of Union bringing us all together in a united kingdom, possibly to be called exactly that.
We applaud the International Federation of Accountants for bringing us all together and coordinating what we believe to be very useful analysis for the G-20 Deputies.
The mission of TallyFiesta is to first, educate North Florida over the Hispanic/Latino culture that exists by bringing us all together and celebrate the best way we know how “fiesta-style” with live music, dancers, commerce and food.