Called everyone together - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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call (a group) together
To ask people to gather, typically to discuss a specific topic or issue. The boss has called us together to discuss the discrepancies in the latest budget report. Do you know why Josh called everyone together tonight?
call someone together
to request that people come together for a meeting. Please call everyone together and we'll discuss this. I called all the players together.
References in periodicals archive
Our officer in charge (OIC) had recently called everyone together
for a few meetings about complacency.
He'd gradually informed colleagues a year before the transition, and on Deborah's first day in the office, she called everyone together
and formally told them.
Earlier, LaForce and Henderson had called everyone together
for a toast.
He called everyone together
, told them I'd be the new captain and said that we had to relax, to enjoy our work.
Terry declared, "Didier called everyone together
and gave a great speech.
Blues captain Terry said: "Didier called everyone together
before the game for a huddle for a speech.