gather together

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gather together

1. To group together in one place or thing. Gather together in the conference room—Dave will be here in a minute.
2. To group someone or something in one place or thing. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "group" and "together." Gather the kids together in the playroom, and I'll bring in the cake. I gathered my books together and left the library.
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gather someone or something together

to assemble people or things together in one place. Gather every one together in the drawing room for a meeting. Please gather together all the suspects so that they can be questioned again. Would you gather all your papers together and put them away?
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gather together

to assemble together. We will gather together on the main deck for a meeting. Let's all gather together this evening and sing.
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References in classic literature ?
"Then I pray you to gather them together," said Sir Nigel, "and I will tell them what is in my mind; for if I am their leader they must to Dax, and if I am not then I know not what I am doing in Auvergne.
Preparation is key, so whether you're planning a party for friends, relatives or work colleagues, gather them together and work out the finer details of the schedule over a glass of wine at your favourite local haunt.
"I don't know what Mr Romanov's thoughts are but ours are that this was a chance to get the boys away for the week, gather them together and work on a couple of ideas with them.
To save your pot plants, gather them together in a shady area which encourages a moist atmosphere and they will be easier to water as well.