stand together(redirected from stands together)
1. Literally, of two or more people, animals, or edifices, to stand in close proximity to one another. I stood together with the rest of the applicants, making nervous chitchat while we waited to be called in for our interview. The sheep stood together in the field, bleating helplessly. The company's large skyscrapers stood together like colossal sentinels.
2. To be or remain united (in support of or opposition to something). Our governments must stand together against the heinous actions of this tyrant. They promised to stand together with the senator in her attempts at tax reform.
1. to stand in a group. All the members of the family stood together for a photograph. Please stand together so I can count you.
2. to remain united. We must stand together if we want to defeat this enemy. If we don't stand together, we will be defeated one by one.