PHRASAL VERBS Together 1

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Teacher Vanessa said, we have found that by "banding together", we all share and benefit from each other. ---------------------- band together.
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Juntarse, agruparse. if people band together, they make a group in order to be able to do something better.

George Barbosa said, shoppers in the neighbourhood are "banding together" to make bulk orders. ---------------------- band together.
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Juntarse, agruparse. if people band together, they make a group in order to be able to do something better.

Kaz said, I "sandwiched the cakes together" with chocolate butter cream. ---------------------- sandwich together.
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Emparedar algo junto a otra cosa. to put two things together, especially with a layer of something in between.

Ceci said, use a little cream to "sandwich the cakes together". ---------------------- sandwich together.
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Emparedar algo junto a otra cosa. to put two things together, especially with a layer of something in between.

Niharica's family "clubbed together" to pay for her to come to Britain for further treatment. ---------------------- club together (UK).
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Compartir, cooperarse los gastos de algo. if a group of people club together, they share the cost of something between them. (Go in on sth (US).

Ceci said, we all "clubbed together" to buy Adriana a wedding present. ---------------------- club together (UK).
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Compartir, cooperarse los gastos de algo. if a group of people club together, they share the cost of something between them. (Go in on sth (US).

Richard Voughan said that the nation was "cobbled together" after World War I from provinces of the defeated Austro-Hungarian empire. ---------------------- cobble together.
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Ensamblar algo sin cuidado, crear algo al aiseva. to make something quickly and not very carefully.

Ceci said, I didn't have much food in but I managed to "cobble something together" which everyone said was delicious. ---------------------- cobble together.
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Ensamblar algo sin cuidado, crear algo al aiseva. to make something quickly and not very carefully.

Obama said, I've know Michelle for five years, I suppose it was on the cards we might "get together". ---------------------- get together.
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Juntarse, reunirse, quedarse de ver en un lugar. if two or more people get together, or if someone gets two or more people together, they meet in order to do something or spend time together. (see also: meet up).

Steave koftman said, when we were kids, our whole neighbourhood "got together" at Auntie Joy’s house on Christmas morning for our Christmas ‘block party’. ---------------------- get together.
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Juntarse, reunirse, quedarse de ver en un lugar. if two or more people get together, or if someone gets two or more people together, they meet in order to do something or spend time together. (see also: meet up).

The lawyer Jesica Dominguez said, It's wonderful to see the community "pull together" at a time like this. ---------------------- Pull together.
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Jalar todos parejo, trabajar todos parejo, actuar en conjunto, aunar esfuerzos todos juntos. to work as a group in order to achieve something. (see also: pitch in).

Lorenzo said, we’ll all have to "pull together" and work as a team to get the job done on time. ---------------------- Pull together.
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Jalar todos parejo, trabajar todos parejo, actuar en conjunto, aunar esfuerzos todos juntos. to work as a group in order to achieve something. (see also: pitch in).

Ceci said, we've "put together" a collection of great tasting recipes with a wide variety of foods to suit everyone's tastes. ------------------------------------------- (put together) something.
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Conjuntar, reunir, juntar. to prepare a piece of work by collecting several ideas and suggestions and organizing them. (see also: piece together).

Donal said, If they want to become the market leaders, they’ll have to "put together" a great marketing plan. ---------------------------- (put together) something.
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Conjuntar, reunir, juntar. to prepare a piece of work by collecting several ideas and suggestions and organizing them. (see also: piece together).

Harvey police and local prosecutors have started work on "piecing together" the facts. ---------------------- piece something together.
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Juntar evidencias, armar, decifrar, dar sentido a. to learn the truth about something by considering all the separate bits of information you have. (see also: fit together, put together).

Chicago police said that they have collected evidence from the scene of the murder and now they’re trying to "piece it all together" to figure out what happened. ---------------------- piece something together.
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Juntar evidencias, armar, decifrar, dar sentido a. to learn the truth about something by considering all the separate bits of information you have. (see also: fit together, put together).

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos said, I just want to "hold my family together". ---------------------- hold together.
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Mantener unido. Permanecer juntos, Unificar, pegar. if a country, organization, or group of people hold together, or if they are held together, they continue to exist as a group even though it is difficult. (see also: keep together).

President Nicolas Maduro said, successive rulers "held the country together" by force. ---------------------- hold together.
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Mantener unido. Permanecer juntos, Unificar, pegar. if a country, organization, or group of people hold together, or if they are held together, they continue to exist as a group even though it is difficult. (see also: keep together).

Emmy said, I could hardly "hold my wits together". ---------------------- hold together.
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Mantener unido. Permanecer juntos, Unificar, pegar. if a country, organization, or group of people hold together, or if they are held together, they continue to exist as a group even though it is difficult. (see also: keep together).

Jane said, our design team is going to "knock together" a rough prototype so we can get some idea of how the real thing will look. ---------------------- (knock together) something.
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Hacer algo a lo bruto, a las carreras, al ahi se va. to make or produce something quickly and easily and without much care. (see also: put together).

Rose said, while you get dressed Bratt, I’ll "knock together" a quick dinner. ---------------------- (knock together) something.
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Hacer algo a lo bruto, a las carreras, al ahi se va. to make or produce something quickly and easily and without much care. (see also: put together).


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