together

adverb
to·​geth·​er | \ tə-ˈge-t͟hər How to pronounce together (audio) \

Definition of together

 (Entry 1 of 2)

1a : in or into one place, mass, collection, or group the men get together every Thursday for poker
b : in a body : as a group students and faculty together presented the petition
2a : in or into contact, connection, collision, or union mix these ingredients together
b : in or into association or relationship colors that go well together
3a : at one time : simultaneously events that happened together
b : in succession was depressed for days together
4a : by combined action : jointly together we forced the door
b : in or into agreement or harmony the soloist and the orchestra weren't quite together
c : in or into a unified or coherent structure or an integrated whole can't even put a simple sentence together
5a : with each other used as an intensive after certain verbs join togetheradd together
b : as a unit : in the aggregate these arguments taken together make a convincing case
c : considered as a whole : counted or summed up all together, there were 21 entries

together

adjective

Definition of together (Entry 2 of 2)

1 : appropriately prepared, organized, or balanced
2 : composed in mind or manner : self-possessed

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Other Words from together

Adverb

togetherness \ tə-​ˈge-​t͟hər-​nəs How to pronounce togetherness (audio) \ noun

Examples of together in a Sentence

Adverb

They went to the party together. They have been living together for eight years. We enjoy spending time together. The old friends were together again after many long years apart. The partners have been in business together since 1971. They gathered together to celebrate. The presentation binds together several concepts. The old fence was held together by chicken wire. two sticks of dynamite bound together by tape She got back together with her old boyfriend.

Adjective

He's a very together person. she's one of the most together people I know
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Recent Examples on the Web: Adverb

Management and the musicians were working together to resolve the orchestra’s financial problems. Mary Carole Mccauley, baltimoresun.com, "'I just want to work': BSO musicians say threatened job cuts could disrupt lives, jeopardize needed healthcare," 5 June 2019 Silva and Boa Morte have experience working together from their time at Portuguese giants Sporting Lisbon, where the latter coached the club's Under-19 side. SI.com, "Everton to Appoint Luis Boa Morte as Assistant Manager & Continue Chase of Andre Gomes," 5 June 2019 Their wedding planners, along with the venue staff, worked together to seamlessly pull off a wedding that truly reflected the purity of their bond. Essence, "Bridal Bliss: Tiffany and Alyssa Went From DMs To 'I Do'," 5 June 2019 Since then, the two organizations have been working together to prepare Ndume for transfer including training him to enter and stay inside a crate. Cameron Knight, Cincinnati.com, "Gorilla Ndume's trip home delayed due to worries over risks, courts asked to decide," 5 June 2019 But because the galaxy’s many planets have helped make the hunt for aliens more acceptable, the two groups are finding ways to work together. Sarah Scoles, WIRED, "The WIRED Guide to Aliens," 5 June 2019 The Logan Street Market booth will allow a few clients to come together to sell their goods, such as clothing, jewelry and other handmade items. Bailey Loosemore, The Courier-Journal, "Your complete guide to Louisville's Logan Street Market with 25+ vendors and restaurants," 5 June 2019 In fact, a statement from the city this week pointed out that representatives from the city and Penn Gaming worked many months together on a part of the bill that affects future trends and growth in the industry, particularly in Aurora. Steve Lord, Aurora Beacon-News, "Aurora officials OK with Illinois gambling changes," 4 June 2019 The two men worked together for years in Kansas City. Joel A. Erickson, Indianapolis Star, "New Colts pass rusher Justin Houston making his presence felt," 4 June 2019

Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective

The Spartans and Nitros have been busy throughout the summer putting together lineup combinations that will hopefully have them in line to contend for league titles next season. Charles Rich, latimes.com, "La Cañada girls' basketball gets best of Glendale," 11 July 2018 Spend some together time on the computer (or tablet or smartphone) to help establish this is not just a solitary activity. Alan Kazdin, Time, "How to Manage Parental Control Over Your Child's Screen Time," 30 Apr. 2018 These patterns appear most often in club soccer, in which the players are together year-round and have the time to work on perfecting their timing and understanding of each other’s tendencies. Grant Wahl, SI.com, "Masters of Modern Soccer: Chicharito and the Art of Mexico's Synchronization," 3 May 2018 The getting-back-together prospect might have meant a lot 12 years ago, but surely now Dave can handle more nuance. Carolyn Hax, idahostatesman, "She’s sneaking around with her ex-husband and hiding it from her son," 22 Jan. 2018 The getting-back-together prospect might have meant a lot 12 years ago, but surely now Dave can handle more nuance. Carolyn Hax, idahostatesman, "She’s sneaking around with her ex-husband and hiding it from her son," 22 Jan. 2018 The getting-back-together prospect might have meant a lot 12 years ago, but surely now Dave can handle more nuance. Carolyn Hax, idahostatesman, "She’s sneaking around with her ex-husband and hiding it from her son," 22 Jan. 2018 The getting-back-together prospect might have meant a lot 12 years ago, but surely now Dave can handle more nuance. Carolyn Hax, idahostatesman, "She’s sneaking around with her ex-husband and hiding it from her son," 22 Jan. 2018 The getting-back-together prospect might have meant a lot 12 years ago, but surely now Dave can handle more nuance. Carolyn Hax, idahostatesman, "She’s sneaking around with her ex-husband and hiding it from her son," 22 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of together

Adverb

before the 12th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

Adjective

1963, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for together

Adverb

Middle English togedere, from Old English togædere, from to + gædere together; akin to Middle High German gater together, Old English gaderian to gather

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together

adverb

English Language Learners Definition of together

 (Entry 1 of 2)

: with each other
: in or into one group, mixture, piece, etc.
: in a close relationship

together

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of together (Entry 2 of 2)

informal : confident, organized, and able to deal with problems in a calm and skillful way

together

adverb
to·​geth·​er | \ tə-ˈge-t͟hər How to pronounce together (audio) \

Kids Definition of together

1 : in or into one group, body, or place We gathered together.
2 : in touch or in partnership with They are in business together.
3 : with or near someone or something else Let's walk together.
4 : at one time They gave the same answer together.
5 : in or by combined effort Members of the team worked together to win.
6 : in or into agreement We need to get together on a plan.
7 : considered as a whole My father gave more than all the others together.
8 : in or into contact She bangs the pots together.
9 : as a single unit or piece Tape holds it together.

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