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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.
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According to its website, "'Coming Together' seeks to build knowledge of and appreciation for the diversity represented in Skokie and Niles Township." The area is rich in diversity, representing many countries, languages and dialects, which offers a unique opportunity to build knowledge, awareness and appreciation for these cultures.
When asked for his view on the red card, Ricketts replied: "I think there was a bit of a coming together with Bevs and their centre-half and as they've landed I think he has half got hold of Bevs, a bit like Ramos did with Mo Salah in the Champions League final.
"I don't see how it can be a coming together if I'm running away from him.
"It's not just about celebrating Christmas, it's about celebrating your community, and by you all coming together like this you show everyone what is possible when communities come together."
It was a whole 'nother power that be so what we can do now is we can start coming together and figuring out our own problems and home solutions."
She said: "This year, after a period of intense debate over the right future for our country, there is a sense that people are coming together and uniting behind the opportunities that lie ahead.
Pointing out that the summit of G20, the head of HKP Ankara bureau Sait Kyran stated that the countries are coming together to shape and evaluate the situations of Middle East countries, "They are coming together to determine who will serve for the benefits of imperialist countries in those countries.
It reminded me of what we saw a few years ago in Byker around the big scrapyard fire, when people were coming together to say 'I survived.'.
A coalition of groups calling itself the "Coming Together Collective'' held a news conference at the YWCA in Worcester yesterday to voice support for Superintendent of Schools Melinda J.
Interserve chief executive Adrian Ringrose said: "This agreement represents the coming together of two great companies to form a world-class facilities management provider serving the whole of Saudi Arabia.
"We have had the wall of faces go into the entrance this week and it is all coming together."
Americans can "overcome the challenges of our time" and help ease political gridlock and partisanship by coming together the way they do on Thanksgiving, President Barack Obama said in his weekly radio address.
THE WORLD WITHOUT YOU tells of a family coming together at their Berkshire summer home to memorialize Leo, the youngest of four siblings killed a year earlier in Iraq.
It was great to see the old and the young coming together at the heart of their community, notwithstanding the unseasonal weather, to enjoy themselves.
7th Coming Together in Advanced Practice Conference, Columbia