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work together

[for people or things] to cooperate or function together. Come now! Let's all work together and get this done on time! We will work together on this and enjoy it more.
See also: together, work
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Both agencies wanted to see how they could collectively work together.
The group formation guidelines can equip the "new" lecturer in the 21st century South African university with the "know how" to prepare students to work together in groups and teams as required by the 1996 Qualification Authority Act.
However, as that evolution takes place, the goal for NAFB is to be there with the tools that stations, networks, managers and allied industry need to respond to those changes, work together and be "positioned for the future.
We decided that we could work together to maximize the value of the property.
It has allowed us to work together to solve cases that are often decades old.
As environments become more complex, successful operation requires these products to work together.
But neither Cisco nor Sony had an out-of-the-box solution that allowed their products to work together to create the kind of video monitoring that Williams had in mind.
We have to work together now to restore investor and market confidence, and to invent the role of the CFO for tomorrow," said Bosquet.
The taxpayers hate it when public institutions use their money to sue each other rather than figure out a way to work together.
Children can learn to work together from an early age, and the bunk group at camp is ideal for discovering how to work as a team.
synergia, joint work, from synergein, to work together.
Note that the definition for teamwork emphasizes the "successful completion of the technical responsibilities" instead of "how people work together.
According to Lodge, to be successful, countries and industries, as well as individual business firms, must formulate and carry out the resulting strategies; business and government must work together.