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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)
See also: combine, force, join
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Join forces with someone who has the skills to help you achieve your goals.
"We couldn't be more excited to join forces with someone who has the knowledge and experience that Terrell has to be the public face of this film festival," said festival co-founder Hortencia Goodman.
They're well-respected in the industry and it was important for us to join forces with someone who has the same client-focused approach we have.
On Thursday you join forces with someone who boosts your self-esteem.
Bocian explained that for the Web site to work to its fullest potential, the company needed to join forces with someone else.
Join forces with someone who has a great deal of leadership experience.
You can either join forces with someone who has experience in this field or you can get the training you need.
Join forces with someone in a creative exercise and group activities will be more fun.
If you must join forces with someone make sure their actions support their words.
You will wonder why you spent so long dithering about whether to join forces with someone when together you make a perfect team.