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come together

1. Of two or more things, to meet or touch; to be joined. According to the directions, those two pieces need to come together.
2. To attend something with someone else. We're coming together so we don't have to take two cars.
3. To unite on a certain issue. What will it take to for both sides to come together to finally agree on a contract?
4. To happen or form successfully. Despite all of the last-minute chaos, the party came together splendidly. Now that I've finished my research, my term paper is really starting to come together.
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come together (on something)

to discuss and agree on something. I hope we can come together on a price. I'm sure we can come together.
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come together

 
1. to touch together; to meet. The ends of the boards just came together. They were almost too short. We came together in the park, just as we had agreed.
2. to attend something together; to arrive at an event together. Alice and I are going to come together. We will come to the party together.
See also: come, together
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Giampiero, Anthony and Tammy may live thousands of miles apart, but they've come together in a virtual classroom to advance their careers through the multitude of educational courses and certificated programs offered by OnlineLearning.
When I look at the pure nature of this event as a way for people with different backgrounds to come together, have fun, play fairly, with each side looking to be triumphant, it reinforces the notion that what each competitor puts into the game, they get back many times over, in a feeling of camaraderie and compassion".