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get together definition

  • verb:
    • Pre-owned apart from as an idiom: see get,‎ together.
    • to fulfill, to collect collectively, to congregate
    • to amass, to collect
    • to concur
    • to start out internet dating; to start being a couple.
    • meet up socially and for a particular function
    • come together on a common enterprise of task
    • become section of; enroll in friends or business
    • get people together
    • Used other than as an idiom: see get,‎ together.
    • to meet up, to gather together, to congregate
    • to build up, to gather
    • to concur
    • to start out dating; to begin being several.
    • get-together socially or even for a particular purpose
    • utilized except that as an idiom: see get,‎ collectively.
    • interact on a standard enterprise of task
    • to fulfill, to collect collectively, to congregate
    • become section of; enroll in an organization or business
    • to accumulate, to collect
    • to agree
    • have individuals together
    • to begin dating; to start out being a couple.
    • meet up socially or for a certain purpose
    • come together on a standard enterprise of task
    • come to be part of; become a member of a bunch or company
    • get individuals collectively
    • Pre-owned apart from as an idiom: see get,‎ together.
    • utilized apart from as an idiom: see get,‎ collectively.
    • to meet up, to assemble together, to congregate
    • to accumulate, to assemble
    • to concur
    • to start out internet dating; to start being a couple of.
    • to meet up with, to collect together, to congregate
    • to build up, to collect
    • to agree
    • to begin dating; to start out becoming a couple.
    • get-together socially and for a certain function
    • come together on a typical enterprise of task
    • come to be part of; become a member of an organization or company
    • get together socially and for a particular purpose
    • interact on a standard enterprise of project
    • become element of; enroll in an organization or business
    • get people together
    • get folks together
    • Used other than as an idiom: see get,‎ together.
    • Used besides as an idiom: see get,‎ together.
    • to satisfy, to collect together, to congregate
    • to generally meet, to collect together, to congregate
    • to accumulate, to assemble
    • to accumulate, to gather
    • Pre-owned except that as an idiom: see get,‎ together.
    • to agree
    • to generally meet, to collect together, to congregate
    • to agree
    • to begin internet dating; to start becoming several.
    • to begin dating; to start being two.
    • to build up, to collect
    • to agree
    • meet up socially and for a particular purpose
    • meet up socially or for a specific purpose
    • To start internet dating; to begin becoming several.
    • come together on a common enterprise of project
    • come together on a standard enterprise of project
    • come to be section of; enroll in a group or organization
    • become element of; become a member of a group or business
    • get folks collectively
    • have individuals together
    • meet up socially or for a particular purpose
    • interact on a standard enterprise of task
    • come to be element of; become a member of a group or business
    • get people collectively
  • noun:
    • a little casual social gathering
    • a tiny informal social gathering
    • a little informal personal gathering
    • a small informal personal gathering
    • a little casual personal gathering
    • a tiny informal personal gathering
    • a tiny informal social gathering
    • a tiny informal personal gathering
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