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join forces (with one)

To work together with one. If you two join forces, you might just win the election after all. I'm sorry, but you're going to have to join forces with Michael if you want to get this done.
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join forces (with someone)

Fig. to combine one's efforts with someone else's efforts. The older boys joined forces with the younger ones to sing the school song. Let's join forces with the other faction and run our own slate of candidates.
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join forces

Act together, combine efforts. For example, The public relations people joined forces to get better coverage for their candidates. This expression originally referred to combining military forces. [Mid-1500s]
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join/combine ˈforces (with somebody)

work together in order to achieve a shared aim: The two firms joined forces to win the contract. OPPOSITE: part company (with/from somebody/something)
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"The political parties must join forces with him to form the new government," he underlined.
Only, there's no reason why Scotland has to be independent for it to join forces with the North East to press for action on high speed rail and A1 dualling.
British Transport Police Community Support Officer Hayley Wood said: "We were delighted to join forces with the council and Bike Fixers to reward cycle commuters and improve bike security at Leamington rail station."
The Egyptian navy is set to join forces with Turkey's for joint exercise drills in between October 7th and 14th in an area of ocean close to the eastern Mediterranean.
BIRMINGHAM'S top Liberal Democrat has rejected any plans to join forces with Labour - claiming such a deal would be akin to Winston Churchill making friends with Adolf Hitler after the Second World War.
"We can be more effective in Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East if we join forces with Turkey.
Summary: Sir Alex Ferguson will join forces with Sir Bobby Charlton to impress the FIFA team inspecting England's 2018 World Cup bid.
Matt Horton, RNLI divisional lifeguard inspector, said: We are delighted that Sefton Council has agreed to join forces with the RNLI to provide this vital lifesaving service on its beaches.
He aims for a ninth course success in the 5.10 Donald McCain has been on target with two of his last three runners in handicap hurdles staged at Catterick and the trainer looks for another victory with Pacific Bay in the 4.30 Seb Sanders (pictured) is five wins from nine rides for in-form trainer Clive Brittain this season and they join forces with Srda in the 2.40 at Lingfield
The attorneys, whose areas of specialty include real estate, corporate law and litigation, will join forces with Seyfarth Shaw's expanding New York presence in accomplished real estate, tax, corporate law, labor and employment law and litigation.
The PIMA Foundation, created by members in 2001 to support education within the paper industry, recently announced a tentative agreement to join forces with the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame (Neenah, WI).
A Ruhrgas representative recently indicated in Prague that the consortium is ready to join forces with the Russian giant Gazprom.
King rejected the separatist aspirations of those black nationalists who refused to join forces with white allies.
"Whenever you join forces with another firm, spell out everything from A to Z," says John Bolling III, president of A.L.L.
"It is fantastic news that such a recognisable local brand are the latest local estate agency to join forces with us as a partner agent." Janice Drummond of Drummonds added: "I believe the auction service provided by Auction House Tees Valley can operate comfortably alongside and complement our existing estate agency service in Middlesbrough and Billingham.