call together

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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?
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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.
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It was very interesting to see the defence minister [Arturo Puricelli] call together the joint chiefs of staff and, in a room packed with military personnel, talk to them about machismo and get them to commit themselves to fighting it," said Jose Maria Di Bello, one of the leaders of the campaign.
1 : to call together (as troops) for roll call or inspection
A decision was taken to call together the 860-strong ruling council on June 23.
PARTICK THISTLE have asked the SFA to call together their Appeals Committee as quickly as possible to resolve their relegation wrangle with the SPL.
After six months, an independent group of elders would call together a national tribal council.
Before the next presidential election campaign gets underway, the Commission wants the current regime to call together economic, political, and business leaders in an effort to minimize the effect of the downturn.
The Times article prompted the Navy to call together everyone involved with the Gould contract.
Teachers should call together all involved in an incident and get the children to write down how it makes them feel.