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Definition of "get together" []

  • Used other than as an idiom: see get,‎ together. (verb)
  • To meet, to gather together, to congregate (verb)
  • To accumulate, to gather (verb)
  • To agree (verb)
  • To start dating; to start being a couple. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "get together" in a sentence
  • "We have seen how language and memory get together to strengthen learning during discourse, how word retrieval is a language activity as well as a memory activity, and how verbal elaboration improves filing in memory."
  • "He may be finishing another picture, but we will get together for a couple of evenings, run some pictures together, talk about an effect, a concept, a way of working, f-stops, light level, color level, focus."
  • "A boxing guru that rivals Bert Randolph Sugar and Teddy Atlas, we get together for every super-fight, or alternatively, engage in first round, mid-fight and post-fight analysis over the phone."