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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.
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For a full list of Coming Together activities, visit comingtogether.
Last September, our cover story looked at the ways in which CFOs and CIOs were coming together to focus on common interests that would help drive their companies' performance.
However, even with the Thimbleberry Quilt Club praying for this septuagenarian couple coming together, will Steph and Jimmy take that step they did not take over five decades ago?
My predecessors as Secretary of State attended them all, as will my successors, because these meetings, these conferences, these coming together of leaders of the transatlantic partnership come together.
Peck: Do you see signs that the home-based and institution-based sides of long-term care are coming together on this?
On April 1, Jon Neidert walked into the building that used to house the Buckeye Iron and Brass Foundry in Dayton, Ohio, and immediately, his vision of The Foundry started coming together.
A second assumption that seems to underlie Feuerherd's piece is that neighborhood parishes are idyllic melting pots of diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic members coming together as the Body of Christ.
Former AFL-CIO political director Steve Rosenthal and EMILY's List president Ellen Malcolm are key players in Americans Coming Together, a PAC funded in part by the Service Employees International Union and financier George Soros, which hopes to raise up to $80 million for next year's election.
It was important that this be a celebration of what book clubs are all about--a gathering of like-minded avid readers coming together on a national scale," Bunn told BIBR.
Now, because of advances in the equipment, as well as districts' familiarity with how it can be used, the pieces are coming together.
For the first time Engineering, Pulping and PCE&I are coming together to bring you the industry's most dynamic event.
If you are reading the magazine after the festival, we hope you can experience the creative excitement of children from around the world coming together to promote peace and hope on earth.
Coming Together USA, previously known as the Coming Together Project, is a diverse community based organization dedicated to the principles that every individual has equal worth, that promoting an appreciation for diversity will build a strong sense of community and, that bringing people together through creative innovative mechanisms will ensure racial harmony and cultural awareness.
Then I learned what was going on and saw parts of the ship coming together, our spaces coming together, the crew coming together, and it makes me want to be there for the first deployment.