bring (something or someone) all together(redirected from bringing them all together)
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.
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.