work together


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work together

[for people or things] to cooperate or function together. Come now! Let's all work together and get this done on time! We will work together on this and enjoy it more.
See also: together, work
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It is a very good one--and to-morrow we'll begin, and work together, side by side.
We have seen good work together, old war-dog," quoth Aylward; "and, by my hilt
When they come here,' says she, 'we make no difference; the planters buy them, and they work together in the field till their time is out.
Each do our part alone in many things, but at home we work together, always.
I have taken notice, monsieur, that people who are only in each other's company for amusement, never really like each other so well, or esteem each other so highly, as those who work together, and perhaps suffer together.
Perhaps the people who work together best are the happiest.
Whilst I do what is fit for me, and abstain from what is unfit, my neighbor and I shall often agree in our means, and work together for a time to one end.
Also, he exposited the theory, as ancient as priests and rulers, that priests and rulers must work together in the orderly governance of the people.
In Switzerland the slaves and masters work together, making and bringing materials for the nest: both, but chiefly the slaves, tend, and milk as it may be called, their aphides; and thus both collect food for the community.
The Doctor was quite happy in the prospect of our going to work together on that wonderful performance, and we settled to begin next morning at seven o'clock.
We work together at my Indian Dialects; and we think it more convenient--
Fan is a good soul, but she is n't practical, and we always get into a snarl if we try to work together, so who have I but my other sister, Polly?
The space under the window at the farther end was occupied by a square table covered with a reasonably clean and whole red and blue check tablecloth; a hard-seated sofa covered with red stuff occupied one side, running up to the end, and making a seat for one, or by sitting close, for two, at the table and a good stout wooden chair afforded a seat to another boy, so that three could sit and work together.
The meeting's purpose was described as looking at how public and private sectors can work together to weed out inefficiencies in the supply chain.
PBL is also suitable to the African learning context because it empowers students to work together to solve problems in their community.