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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.
See also: come, together

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.
See also: come, together

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
References in classic literature ?
The Mediterranean Fleet will be forty-seven hours before it comes together," was the message he heard.
The cleverly engineered buckle comes together with rare earth magnets and is mechanically held together.
It should be about a gnawing hunger in the soul, about a deep desire to be part of the great human family that comes together to pray, to sing, to weep, to grieve, to remember that not one of us is so worthy as to judge others, and to be nourished in the experience.
s, but it all comes together as incredibly soulful anthems, melodies, and all around inspirational punk rawk.
The shut-offs then reopen the channel when the mold comes together.
At least they bond with each other that summer, and the family comes together as they never have before.
For comfort and convenience, as well as added value for guests and corporate travel planners alike, it all comes together at Doubletree hotels.
The work comes together through a series of short stories, yet two chapters in particular--"White Buffalo Woman" and "The Origins of Little Willa"--do not fit with the flow of the narrative and cause the novel to be seen as less of a cohesive whole (though they read beautifully on their own).
And until all of Los Angeles comes together to fight the culture of gangs, we'll sadly hear them again and again.
The way a precommissioning unit comes together is by teamwork; we get a high quality cut of Sailors.
Because the montage comes together only in the moment of observation, which alone produces the sequence of action and reaction, the observer becomes a sort of coauthor of the work Likewise it is up to the viewer to lend meaning to the characters' facial expressions and dialogue, which are always fragments strung together, each possessed of a story that can only be firmly anchored in one's own memories.
The Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG) is where the messaging industry comes together to work against spam, viruses, denial-of-service attacks and other online exploitation.
On a weekend when Penny takes Katherine to meet her friend Diana, all of destiny comes together and the premonitions almost become a tragic reality.
We'll have to wait to see how that comes together,'' Steven Lindsay, assistant fire chief, said of the funding request.
The production comes together very well, with extra content in the Crisis Missions, as well as a Story Mode that is no push-over.