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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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"Gathering Together' is available for $28.50 at the League's seven retail galleries, including Concord, Meredith and North Conway.
It does the job for you by gathering together timetable information on all public transport services in Scotland and merging it into an amazing database that offers you integrated journey planning by calling 0870 608 2608, by text, or at www.travelinescotland.com
0nly the Pope, said Father Buttet, was capable of gathering together all Swiss Catholics, who have been divided for decades.
Dispersal Orders, agreed between the police and the borough council and issued under a section of the Anti-Social Behaviour Act, can now be used to prevent groups of two or more young people gathering together in identified trouble spots.
Gathering together some of the best music writing of the last 12 months, Da Capo's 'Best Music Writing 2003' covers every genre of music imaginable, and this year is edited by former music critic and creator of the Simpsons, Matt Groening.
The life of faith communities is about meeting together to share stories and ideas; about gathering together or worship a being beyond ourselves; about learning from others a meaning of life.
To help make the change easier, all three schools decided to hold joint Halloween discos with different age groups gathering together at each of the schools to get to know each other.
'The image of people gathering together under a white fabric roof hung by colourful balloons makes the heart beat faster.' But after Klampaiboon and his assistant Pitch Trichasai got the idea, it proved much more difficult to put it into execution than they expected.
This is silence as attentiveness, a gathering together of one's forces.
Editor Steven Tracy has done the field a tremendous service by gathering together forty-nine often seminal and always influential writings, binding between two covers an anthology of articles impressive in both its range and depth.
Passing closer to its parent star than Mars does to the sun and venturing beyond Jupiter's orbital distance, the planet's careening path would prevent material from gathering together to produce an inner, Earthlike planet, Boss says.
With the intention of gathering together a "multifaceted group of significant essays which otherwise might not reach a worldwide readership," this volume points towards "major trends" in contemporary Italian scholarship.
By carefully gathering together every single known fact and artifact regarding a lost ballet, they try to reconstruct the original.
Similarly, gathering together in a separate chapter her discussions of popular resistance to each set of ritual changes would have helped provide a complete picture of the degree to which parishioners both adapted to and rejected the new ritual forms.
Irish Tatler is 100 years old and, as part of the birthday celebrations, the publishers are gathering together the women who have adorned its pages.