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get-together

informal A casual social gathering. Oh, I'm busy on Saturday—I have to go to a family get-together.
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They added: "Hearing loss can be very isolating and volunteers are needed to host regular Hear to Meet tea parties and get-together''s to reach older adults in their local community.
"This is the first time we have had a get-together bring together, jockeys, trainers, owners and racing officials," Buckley said.
Far from being a friendly get-together, the atmosphere was stiff and formal, with a battery of note-takers and other bureaucrats arrayed at desks at the back of the meeting hall.
An intimate spot reminiscent of a Parisian cafe, La Chaumiere is great for a quiet business get-together after a long day of meetings.
The annual East Coast get-together was launched in its first weekend by a raucous co-production conference with the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, making the bars, restaurants and meeting places around the Lord Nelson Hotel, the festival headquarters, overflow with garrulous Irish, English, Scottish and Welsh producers all in search of precious co-production money.
Wanna make your New Year's get-together a slammin' pah-tay people will talk about until, like, 2010?
We don't have a big family get-together or go to (or give) Christmas parties.
These secret meetings have been described as 'just an informal get-together'.
Well, take a look at the group's recent "Creating Change" conference, an annual get-together of radical gay left-wingers.
A sofa on the side of the stage, on which the performers lounged in between sections, evoked a sense of this being an informal get-together of people who happened to come upon some excellent music.
This get-together fuels speculation that Gazza will soon move from Rangers to England to be nearer his family.
At her first Brady management get-together, Hudson enrolled the executives in the "Lighten Up Club," whose motto is, "Lighten up; life is too short to be taken seriously." She got everyone Groucho Marx glasses and noses and sweatshirts and lined them up for a photo in front of a wall of commodes affectionately called the "Great Wall of China."
Tribune News Network Excellence Consulting WLL recently organised an HR Forum get-together at the Concorde Hotel.
This is the only time throughout filming that the whole cast of the show have a get-together, so my time with Bobby and PC Jack McLaren is very precious, as seen here.